The notion that the UAS proposed rulemaking would be completed by September 2019 seemed unlikely. Indeed, that is the case.
TSA put out inaccurate data. I called them on it. This is the story of what happened next.
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Last week, TSA reported a record-setting 4,239 firearm seizures in 2018. With all of TSA’s marketing, it is amazing this number of concealed weapons is still being found. Data tells a story, but is this the whole story?
TSA has seen a substantial increase in complaints since September 2017. The data proves it.
TSA collects a variety of customer service data, which reveal important trends in complaints and compliments that impact aviation and homeland security.
Roderick Allison, the Director of the Federal Air Marshal Service, announced his intention to retire this summer after 33 years in federal service.
TSA is required to make its customer service information available to the public, and the data shows areas for improvement and emerging trends in aviation passenger and cargo screening.
TSA is no longer measuring PreCheck adoption as a percentage of all travelers but rather as a percentage of a subset called “frequent travelers.” This is a worrisome shift.