U.S. Lawmakers Propose Bill To Improve Covert TSA Security Tests

Credit: TSA
WASHINGTON—The chairs of two U.S. House committees overseeing aviation security have introduced legislation that would require TSA to implement an improved covert testing program to identify security gaps in its screening process. The Covert Testing and Risk Mitigation Improvement Act would codify...

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