TSA forms industry ‘engagement’ group

Group will increase interaction between TSA and the private sector

The Transportation Security Administration and the non-profit, Washington Homeland Security Roundtable, have formed an industry engagement group to increase interaction between TSA and the private sector.

The roundtable is a non-profit organization of individuals from companies who work in the homeland security market, providing support for policies, practices, procedures and procurements.

TSA and the roundtable formed an industry forum in June, and this industry engagement group is part of that outreach effort, according to the announcement on FedBizOpps.gov.

The industry engagement group will focus on identifying methods and processes with which TSA will engage industry on acquisitions. The group will not discuss specific acquisitions or TSA programs.

The first group meeting will be held Tuesday, Feb. 19 from 10 a.m. to noon at TSA headquarters.

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Reader Comments

Thu, Feb 14, 2013

can we all just get along

Wed, Jan 30, 2013

The best sort of interaction between the TSA and the rest of the world, would be the rest of the world abolishing the TSA and jailing the disgusting, knuckle-dragging bullies, sadists, child molesters, and wannabe rapists who grope us at the airport. This useless security theater desperately needs to come to a grinding halt!

Wed, Jan 30, 2013

Watch out: your taxes and your liberty are in extreme danger.
This collusion between government and business is known as "fascism." Yep, exactly what Mussolin and his disciple Hitler popularized.

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