Industry leaders remain hopeful that the long overdue repair station security rule will finally shake free from its White House review in the next few weeks, but they are still calling on newly confirmed Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson to make sure that happens. Congress 10 years ago directed the Transportation Security Administration to adopt new repair station security regulations, and, after years of inaction, banned FAA from certifying any new foreign repair stations until ...
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