TSA provides security oversight of commercial air transport services through security programs designed to protect passengers, crew and property.
TSA provides a system for industry to screen 100 percent of cargo transported on passenger aircraft.
The committee provides advice to the TSA administrator on aviation security matters.
The program ensures screening of all passenger checked baggage for concealed explosives.
First Observer provides training for transportation professionals to report suspicious activity.
I-STEP provides exercise, training, and security planning tools and services.
The Surface Transportation Security Advisory Committee advises the TSA Administrator on surface transportation security matters.
Learn about doing business with TSA in support of its mission to protect the nation’s transportation systems.
CAP is a mechanism for industry stakeholders to leverage equipment and Capability to TSA to accelerate acquisition timelines, facilitate recapitalizations, and enhance security and the passenger experience.
Fosters innovation by integrating key stakeholders to demonstrate emerging solutions that increase security effectiveness and efficiency while improving the passenger experience.
TSA implements congressionally legislated security fees to help finance the cost of securing the nation’s transportation systems.