Donnelly, Sally B.
April 2005
Time;4/4/2005, Vol. 165 Issue 14, p14
Offers a look at the Inspector General's report from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security that claims the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is plagued with mismanagement and overspending. Allegations that the project manager at the TSA circumvented government spending rules by splitting credit-card transactions; Changes made to the building to make it more functional and efficient.


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