While the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) early March 15 hadn’t yet acknowledged its receipt of the long-overdue repair station security rule, Transportation Security Administration chief John Pistole says the rule has been forwarded to OMB for the beginning of a 60- to 90-day review. OMB review is usually the final hurdle before a rule can be issued. “For the first time in a while, we are making progress,” Pistole told the House transportation security subcommittee during a March 14 ...
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