The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is rolling out several programs aimed at better securing the perimeter and access-control areas of smaller commercial-service airports against external and inside threats. The move comes partially in response to a 15-month Government Accountability Office (GAO) audit that highlighted a gap in the TSA’s oversight of perimeter and access controls at Category III and IV airports—those handling the fewest passengers, but that make up ...

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