Bizav Reps to Rejoin TSA Panel

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Bizav Reps to Rejoin TSA Panel
Thursday, December 8, 2011 - 9:30pm

The Obama Administration has notified the National Business Aviation Association that it will continue to have a seat on the Transportation Security Administration’s Aviation Security Advisory Committee (ASAC), along with 24 other industry groups. “In previous administrations, TSA officials have valued ASAC in helping address a number of general aviation security issues,” said NBAA vice president for safety, security and regulation Doug Carr. “We are pleased that the current leadership at the TSA and [the Department of Homeland Security] intends to continue including a business aviation representative on the ASAC, and we are confident that federal security officials will benefit from the group’s expertise and experience.”

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