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Guidance for Airports Applying to the Screening Partnerhsip Progra...

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Excerpt: (1) Rescinding an application to SPP - Discussion: Once TSA begins the Airport Task Order Request for Proposal, it would be difficult to have the airport withdraw its application. (The task order is the contractual document that TSA will issue to contract screening services at an airport.) Allowing an airport to withdraw its application just prior to the issuance of the task order provides the flexibility for an airport to withdraw, while balancing the costs/res...

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Section B - Supplies or Services and Price Discounts

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Excerpt: Services and Prices/Costs: The Contractor shall perform this Delivery Order at the costs/prices stated herein and in accordance with the Requirements Document (RD) and referenced sections of the GSA Smart Access Common ID contract. // Project Costs per GSA Contract Rates - Hours Unit Price Total Amount:; 0001 Planning See Table Below See Table Below See Table Below; 0002 Design and Development See Table Below See Table Below See Table Below; 0003 Installation an...

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Screening Partnership Program Contracting Approach

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Purpose: To provide current information on the contracting plan for the Screening Partnership Program. Introduction: These guidelines provide information on the Screening Partnership Program which will implement S44920 of the Aviation and Transportation Security Act (ATSA) P.L. 107-71 to parties interested in performing security screening services at United States airports. It is TSA?s intention to select qualified vendors by region who can compete for airport specific t...

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Transportation Security Administration (Tsa), In Partnership with ...

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Excerpt: The Transportation Security Administration (TSA), in partnership with the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG), has developed the Port Security Training Exercises Program (PortSTEP) as a joint program to help meet the mandates of the 2002 Maritime Transportation Security Act (MTSA). PortSTEP is designed to provide maritime transportation security communities nationwide with training exercises, evaluations, and accompanying information technology products. TSA and USCG have c...

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Office of Human Resources Revised Procedures for Processing Awards...

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Excerpt: These procedures are applicable to all TSA organizations and eliminate the need for organizations to prepare and submit Requests for Personnel Action, Standard Form 52s (SF-52s) for awards. More specifically, SF-52s will no longer be accepted for the processing of cash and time off awards. If SF-52s are submitted, they will be returned to the originating organization. Additionally, paper copies of the Award Processing Form will no longer be accepted. The procedu...

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Promesa de Tsa a Los Viajeros

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Excerpt: Use uma bolsa de pl stico transparente com fecho relƒmpago proporcionado pelo Aeroporto ou tenha sua pr¢pria bolsa para introduzir artigos de bolsa como chaves, moedas e telefones port teis, quando cruzem o controle de raios X no ponto de controle de seguran‡a. A bolsa com fecho relƒmpago tambem lhe ajudar  a recuperar os artigos rapidamente ao abandonar o ponto de controle. // Registre-se para receber alertas para viagens e temas de seguran‡a, alem de outra inf...

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Tsa's Pledge to Travelers

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Excerpt: We pledge to do everything we can to ensure that your flight is secure we pledge to treat you with courtesy dignity and respect during the screening process.

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Transportation Security Administration

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Excerpt: Dear Traveler, This letter is in response to your inquiry to the Office of the Ombudsman regarding check-in delays at airports. For a number of years prior to the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, the Federal Government had issued directives prohibiting individuals, who posed, or were suspected of posing, a threat to civil aviation from transport by the airlines. Following the September 11 attacks, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) assumed ...

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Personal Identification Number Issuance Process

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Excerpt: Personal Identification Number Issuance Process. To be issued a Personal Identification Number (PIN) for aircraft operations to or from any of the Maryland Three airports, you must follow all of the steps listed below. 1. Initiating the process: Initiate the process by visiting the airport for which you wish to apply for access. Ask to speak to the Airport Security Coordinator (ASC), transient flight operators should contact the ASC for the airport they intend t...

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Personal Identification Number Issuance Form

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Excerpt: I have viewed and understand the content of the security briefing tape and will comply with the procedures outlined in the security video. I have been provided an opportunity to ask questions of the airport manager or been directed by the airport manager to appropriate Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Transportation Security Administration (TSA), or United States Secret Service (USSS) officials to resolve any questions. I have been apprised of my security ...

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Permitted and Prohibited Items

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Excerpt: Prohibited items are weapons, explosives, incendiaries, and include items that are seemingly harmless but may be used as weapons-the so-called ?dual use? items. You may not bring these items to security checkpoints without authorization. If you bring a prohibited item to the checkpoint, you may be criminally and/or civilly prosecuted or, at the least, asked to rid yourself of the item. A screener and/or Law Enforcement Officer will make this determination, depen...

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Remittance Instructions Transportation Security Administration Tsa...

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Excerpt: If you do not have a username or password, please contact Rose Kline with the following information: Full Name, Position Title, Air Carrier Name, Air Carrier Mailing Address, E-mail address, phone number (including extensions), and fax number. // 2. Login using your assigned username and password (it is case sensitive). // 3. From the options listed, select ?My Forms List? and then select either ?ASIF? or ?911Fee? // 4. Enter carrier name, point of contact infor...

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Department of Homeland Security

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Excerpt: Address your comments to the Docket Management System, U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT). You must identify the docket number TSA-2004-17982 at the beginning of your comments, and you should submit two copies of your comments. If you wish to receive confirmation that TSA received your comments, include a self addressed, stamped postcard.

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Non-Disclosure Agreement

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Excerpt: I attest that I am familiar with, and I will comply with the standards for access, dissemination, handling, and safeguarding of SSI information as cited in this Agreement and in accordance with 49 CFR Part 1520, ?Protection of Sensitive Security Information,? ?Policies and Procedures for Safeguarding and Control of SSI,? as amended, and any supplementary guidance issued by an authorized official of the Department of Homeland Security.

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The Physical Protection of Critical Infrastructures and Key Assets

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Excerpt: My Fellow Americans: The September 11, 2001, attacks demonstrated the extent of our vulnerability to the terrorist threat. In the aftermath of these tragic events, we, as a Nation, have demonstrated firm resolve in protecting our critical infrastructures and key assets from further terrorist exploitation. In this effort, government at all levels, the private sector, and concerned citizens across the country have begun an important partnership and commitment to a...

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Important Dca Access Information

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Excerpt: Operators are encouraged to begin the approval and slot acquisition process for DCA flights as far in advance as possible. The FAA allows slot applications up to 72 hours in advance of requested slot time. // 2. The FAA approved slot time for DCA is tentative pending issuance of a flight authorization from TSA. An operator is not approved for flights into DCA without a TSA flight authorization. // 3. The Pilot in Command (PIC) for flights into and out of DCA is ...

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Department of Homeland Security

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Summary: Since September 11,2001, general aviation aircraft operations have been prohibited at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA). The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is issuing this interim final rule (FR) to restore access to DCA for certain aircraft operations while maintaining the security of critical Federal Government and other assets in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. This IFR applies to all passenger aircraft operations into or out...

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Request/Voucher for Advance Salary Payment

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Excerpt: Section B. Employee Agreement (To be completed by employee) I have verified that the information in Section A is accurate and I agree to repay this advance by biweekly payroll deduction as specified above. Salary deductions will begin during the second full pay period following deduction as specified above. Salary deductions will begin during the second full pay period following my appointment date. I understand that if I leave the Department of Transportation, ...

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Interim Hr Guidance on Exception to Maximum Entry Age for Tsa Law ...

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Excerpt: General. It is the policy of the Department of Transportation to recognize the need to maintain a young and vigorous work force in physically arduous law enforcement positions. In keeping with that policy, the Department determined that in order for an individual to be initially appointed to a law enforcement position covered by the special retirement provisions of Title 5, United States Code, the individual must be under the age of 37. // 2. Exceptions to the M...

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Interim Hr Guidance on Salary Determinations for Supervisory Trans...

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Excerpt: General. Supervisory Transportation Security Screeners provide direct day-to-day supervision of security screeners. They administer screening operation work in all airport categories and identify dangerous or deadly objects in baggage, cargo and on passengers, and prevent those objects from being transported onto an aircraft. The minimum salary offer for a Supervisory Transportation Security Screener is the minimum rate of Pay Band G, currently $36,400. In addit...

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