Federal security directors at airports across the US have already been fully briefed on the weaknesses uncovered at passenger screening checkpoints by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) inspector general (IG), according to a top DHS official. DHS deputy secretary Alejandro Mayorkas told the IATA AGM in Miami Monday that the department still has “confidence” in Transportation Security Administration (TSA) workers and is rapidly responding to the IG’s findings. The ...

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