The long wait for the release of the final aircraft repair station security rule continues as the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) extends its review of the new regulation past its 90-day window. After years of delay, the Transportation Security Administration in March received final clearance from the Department of the Homeland Security on the congressionally-mandated rule and sent the document for OMB review on March 16. OMB then had 90 days to either approve the rule or send it ...
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