This year has been difficult for most people in the United States, including for those working at TSA.
As we start to end the Great Pause, it is time to implement new strategies to make our society healthier and make the tactical approach to tackling COVID far richer.
On January 6, 2020, TSA Chief Counsel Francine Kerner filed a 38-page complaint against DHS Secretary Chad Wolf and DHS IG Joseph Cuffari.
A notice of proposed rulemaking reveals USCIS may begin charging $50 for asylum applications.
Chad Wolf was tapped to lead the Department, even though the administration doesn’t want him.
The notion that the UAS proposed rulemaking would be completed by September 2019 seemed unlikely. Indeed, that is the case.
The Force is not strong with TSA.
TSA put out inaccurate data. I called them on it. This is the story of what happened next.
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