October 2011
GAO Reports;10/31/2011, p4
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The article focuses on the Aviation and Transportation Security Act which grants Transportation Security Administration (TSA), the responsibility of securing transportation modes. It further informs of the measures to be taken by the secretary of Homeland Security of the U.S. in case of ineffective security management. It also presents the review of foreign airport assessment program provided by the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO).


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