The US Transportation Security Administration said it is moving ahead steadily with procuring and deploying next-generation airport security technology to screen both checked and carry-on baggage, spurred by $1 billion that was allocated to the agency for aviation security in the $787 billion stimulus passed by the government. Assistant Administrator-Office of Security Technology Robin Kane, speaking Friday at the American Assn. of Airport Executives/Dept. of Homeland Security/TSA Aviation ...

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