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TSA Official Ruined Surprise Airport Test By Sending Out Email Warning

There’s probably a good chance the person who sent the email out always bought the  CliffsNotes in college and seldom hesitated to peak over at someone else’s test. Give that unidentified person an A  for cheating. Good job.

  

Airport crowd
By Gautham Nagesh
nextgov
A Transportation Security Administration official compromised the covert testing of airport security screeners by sending out an e-mail about the testing and did not report the compromise, according to a report by the Homeland Security Department’s inspector general.

An unidentified official in TSA’s Office of Security Operations sent out an e-mail on April 28, 2006, that contained the subject line “Notice of Possible Security Test,” according to the report, which is dated March 20 and released on Friday.

The message warned TSA employees that the Federal Aviation Administration and Transportation Department were conducting a secret test in April 2006 of airport security checkpoints at Jacksonville International Airport in Florida.

The e-mail also contained information about how the test was to be carried out and the physical appearance of officials doing the testing, and it warned TSA employees to pay attention to passengers’ identification.

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