The Department of Homeland Security’s Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced a Security Directive that will enable the Department to better identify, protect against, and respond to threats to critical companies in the pipeline sector.
Surface Transportation Security
DHS published an official notice in the Federal Register that the Transportation Security Oversight Board (TSOB) has ratified a Transportation Security Administration (TSA) surface transportation security directive (SD) requiring mask wearing on public transportation and at transportation hubs to protect the safety and security of the traveling public and the transportation system.
The Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate’s Explosives Detection Canine Program is providing a service to measure the vapor composition of explosives detection training aids, using a capability called Canine Training Aid Contamination Testing.
Please join us for a Facebook Live Tech Talk on February 22 at 1 p.m. EST to learn more about what S&T is doing to secure surface transportation.
Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Office of Security Policy and Industry Engagement Sonya Proctor, and TSA Office of Requirements and Capability Analysis Robert Pryor address TSA’s efforts regarding surface transportation security and technology initiatives.
Transportation Security Administrator (TSA) Administrator David Pekoske addresses TSA’s role in surface transportation security.
The Surface Transportation Explosive Threat Detection Program’s goal is to provide the surface transportation end-user community with a layered and integrated capability to safely detect potential threat items in unstructured crowds, while maintaining individual privacy.
Developing screening technologies to enhance security in a wide variety of surface transportation venues.