The following are privacy documents for the Transportation Security Administration (TSA).
DHS/TSA/PIA-001 Vetting and Credentialing Screening Gateway System (CSG)
DHS/TSA/PIA-002 Hazardous Materials Endorsement (HME)
DHS/TSA/PIA-003 Airspace Waiver and Flight for Certain Aviation Operations (Including DCA)
DHS/TSA/PIA-004 Visitor Management System
DHS/TSA/PIA-006 Crew Vetting Program
DHS/TSA/PIA-008 Sensitive Security Information for Use in Litigation
DHS/TSA/PIA-009 Claims Management System (CMS)
DHS/TSA/PIA-011 Airmen Certificate Vetting Program
DHS/TSA/PIA-012 Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) Program
DHS/TSA/PIA-013 Federal Flight Deck Officer Program (FFDO)
DHS/TSA/PIA-014 Crew Member Self Defense Training Program
DHS/TSA/PIA-015 Tactical Information Sharing System Update (TISS)
DHS/TSA/PIA-016 Screening of Passengers by Observation Techniques (SPOT) Program
DHS/TSA/PIA-017 Large Aircraft Security Program (LASP)
DHS/TSA/PIA-018 TSA Secure Flight Program
DHS/TSA/PIA-019 Air Cargo Security Requirements
DHS/TSA/PIA-020 Airport Access for Aviation Workers
DHS/TSA/PIA-021 Stand-Off Detection (SPO)
DHS/TSA/PIA-022 Maryland Three (MD-3) Airports
DHS/TSA/PIA-023 Personnel Futures Program
DHS/TSA/PIA-024 Credential Authentication Technology/Boarding Pass Scanning System (CAT/BPSS)
DHS/TSA/PIA-025 e-Law Enforcement Officer Logbook Program (e-Logbook)
DHS/TSA/PIA-026 Alien Flight Student Program (AFSP)
DHS/TSA/PIA-027 Workplace Violence Prevention Program
DHS/TSA/PIA-028 MyTSA Mobile Application (MyTSA)
DHS/TSA/PIA-029 Operations Center Incident Management System Update
DHS/TSA/PIA-030 Access to Sensitive Security Information in Contract Solicitations (SSI)
DHS/TSA/PIA-032 Advanced Imaging Technology (AIT)
DHS/TSA/PIA-033 TSA Enterprise Search Portal (ESP)
DHS/TSA/PIA-034 TSA Enterprise Performance Management Platform (EPMP)
DHS/TSA/PIA-036 TSA Canine Website System (CWS)
DHS/TSA/PIA-037 Automated Wait Time Technology (AWT)
DHS/TSA/PIA-038 Performance and Results Information System (PARIS)
DHS/TSA/PIA-039 Encounter Analysis Branch (EAB)
DHS/TSA/PIA-040 Port Authority of New York/New Jersey Secure Worker Access Consortium Vetting Services (SWAC)
DHS/TSA/PIA-041 TSA Pre✓™ Application Program
DHS/TSA/PIA-042 TSA OIA Technology Infrastructure Modernization Program
DHS/TSA/PIA-043 Travel Protocol Office Program
DHS-TSA-PIA-044 Vetting of Security Personnel Receiving International TSA Training Assistance
DHS-TSA-PIA-045 Security Threat Assessment for Conditional Access to Sensitive Security Information
DHS/TSA/PIA-046 Travel Document Checker Automation Using Facial Identification
DHS/TSA/PIA-047 TSA Contact Center
DHS/TSA/PIA-048 Insider Threat Unit Database
DHS/TSA/PIA-049 TSA Office of Inspection Case Management
DHS/TSA/PIA-050 Amtrak Rail Passenger Threat Assessment
DHS/TSA/PIA-051 Travel Document Checker Automation - Digital Identity Technology Pilots
DHS/TSA/PIA-052 Checkpoint Information Management (CIM) Web Application
Aircraft and Heliport Operators
Security Threat Assessment for Aircraft and Heliport Operators, August 16, 2004 (PDF, 9 pages - 55 KB) Under the Aviation and Transportation Security Act (ATSA) and authority delegated from the Secretary of Homeland Security, the Assistant Secretary of Homeland Security for Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has "the responsibility for security in all modes of transportation..."
Airport Access Control Pilot Project Airport Access Control Pilot Project, June 18, 2004 (PDF, 7 pages - 122 KB) The purpose of TSA's Airport Access Control Pilot Program is to implement pilot projects at airports to evaluate and demonstrate applications of new and emerging technologies that enhance the performance of access controls to ensure that unauthorized persons cannot gain access to sensitive areas in airports.
Registered Traveler Pilot TSA Registered Traveler, September 1, 2006 (PDF, 27 pages - 409 KB) Pursuant to TSA's authority to operate trusted traveler programs and following two sets of pilot programs, TSA is conducting the next phase of Registered Traveler at approximately 10-20 participating airports to further test and evaluate this type of trusted passenger program. This phase introduces interoperability among participating airports/air carriers and operating with larger populations.
TSA Registered Traveler Pilot (Private Sector Subpilot), September 20, 2005 (PDF, 13 pages - 233 KB) The purpose of this Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) is to revise the PIA for the Private Sector Known Traveler (PSKT) sub-pilot. The PSKT subpilot revises TSA's role by incorporating a Private Sector Partner (PSP) that will carry out certain responsibilities. The PSKT is designed to have a structure that is very similar to the other pilots in the Registered Traveler (RT) Pilot Program. The difference between PSKT and the other RT pilots centers on the division of responsibilities between TSA and its Private Sector Partner. TSA's role will focus on conducting the initial security threat assessment and periodic reassessments, conducting security threat assessment screening, and oversight. The Private Sector Partner will have responsibility for procurement, marketing and operational functions consistent with TSA guidelines and Federal technology standards for Information Technology and biometric security. The Private Sector Partner collects the KT applicant's pertinent biographic and biometric information and sends it to TSA to conduct security threat assessments including running the applicant's biographical information through Federal databases, such as the Terrorist Screening Data Base (TSDB) and the TSA selectee list, databases containing outstanding wants and warrants, and against other governmental sources. Once TSA completes the initial security threat assessment, the agency will inform the Private Sector Partner whether the KT applicant has been approved or not approved; however, the details of the security threat assessments will be retained by TSA and not shared with the Private Sector Partner or KT applicant. The Private Sector Partner will inform the individual KT applicant whether he or she has or has not been accepted.
Registered Traveler Pilot (Private Sector Subpilot), June 20, 2005 (PDF, 11 pages - 61 KB) Because of the success of the Registered Traveler Pilot Program, TSA is now exploring the feasibility of applying the RT concept to a modified model that uses a Private Sector Partner. A Private Sector Partner may include airport authorities, air carriers, or other entities designated by TSA. To test the proposed model, TSA is launching a sub-pilot program known as the Private Sector Known Traveler (PSKT) in conjunction with the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA).
Registered Traveler Pilot, June 24, 2004 (PDF, 9 pages - 176 KB) Under the Registered Traveler Program as envisioned by TSA, qualified travelers will be positively identified via advanced identification technologies to confirm that these travelers are not suspected of posing a threat to aviation security.
U.S. Port Access Threat Assessments
TSA U.S. Port Access Threat Assessments, April 28, 2006 (PDF, 14 pages - 252 KB) TSA has broad authority to assess threats and threat information and to plan and execute such actions as may be appropriate to address threats to transportation. Working in conjunction with the United States Coast Guard and its statutory mandate, TSA will conduct security threat assessments of port workers in order to ensure that individuals who are allowed access to U.S. port facilities do not pose or are not suspected of posing a threat to transportation security.
TSA P&O Ports North America, Inc. Threat Assessments
TSA P&O Ports North America, Inc. Threat Assessments, March 22, 2006 (PDF, 13 pages - 250 KB). The Ports, Customs and Free Zone Corporation (PCFC) recently acquired P&O Ports North America, Inc. (P&O NA). On January 6, 2006, PCFC and P&O NA provided the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) certain national security assurances in connection with DHS's review of the foregoing acquisition in the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), 50 U.S.C. App. 2170. One of those assurances is to make P&O NA books and records available to DHS upon request. DHS has requested information about P&O NA employees in order to undertake security threat assessments on these employees pursuant to the authority of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) under 49 U.S.C. §114(f) to assess threats and threat information and to plan and execute such actions as may be appropriate to address threats to transportation. P&O NA will provide the name, job title, date of birth, and social security number, as well as alien registration number if applicable, for all of its employees operating in the United States.
TSA Office of Transportation Redress
TSA Office of Transportation Redress, August 31, 2006. The TSA Traveler Identity Verification Program was developed as a voluntary program to provide a forum for individuals who believe they have been unfairly or incorrectly delayed, denied boarding, or identified for additional screening at our nation's airports to request redress.