TSA Executive Attrition Has Declined, but Better Information Is Needed on Reasons for Leaving and Executive Hiring Process

October 2009
GAO Reports;10/9/2009, preceding p1
Government Document
The article presents the October 2009 report of the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) to Congressional Committees concerning the condition of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). It examines the attrition of TSA's Transportation Security Executive Service (TSES) and compares its Senior Executive Service (SES) staff. It also focuses on the efforts of TSA to mange TSES attrition with effective management practices.


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