November 12, 2008. Pursuant to the Final Rule for Air Cargo Security Requirements, TSA will collect and retain personal information about four sets of individuals for the purposes of conducting a security threat assessment. The first set consists of certain individuals who have, or are applying for, unescorted access to air cargo. The second set consists of each individual who is a sole proprietor, general partner, officer or director of an IAC or an applicant to be an IAC, and certain owners of an IAC or an applicant to be an IAC. The third set consists of known shippers who are individuals. The fourth set consists of individuals who in addition to having unescorted access to cargo have responsibilities for screening cargo under 49 CFR 1544.
Last Published Date: May 10, 2019