General Accounting Office Looks At Aviation Safety And Security

Aviation Safety: FAA's New Inspection System Offers Promise, But Problems Need To Be Addressed. General Accounting Office. 1999.

Aviation Safety And Security: Challenges To Implementing The Recommendations Of The White House Commission On Aviation Safety And Security. Testimony. Dillingham-Gl. General Accounting Office. 1997.

Aviation Security. Additional Controls Needed To Address Weaknesses In Carriage Of Weapons Regulations. General Accounting Office. 2000.

Aviation Security: Long-Standing Problems Impair Airport Screeners' Performance. General Accounting Office.Washington, Dc.2000.

Aviation Security: Vulnerabilities Still Exist In The Aviation Security System. Testimony. General Accounting Office. 2000. .

Aviation Security: Slow Progress In Addressing Long-Standing Screener Performance Problems. Testimony. General Accounting Office. 2000.

Aviation Security: FAA's Actions To Study Responsibilities And Funding For Airport Security And To Certify Screening Companies. General Accounting Office.. 1999.

Aviation Security : FAA's Actions To Study Responsibilities And Funding For Airport Security And To Certify Screening Companies. General Accounting Office. 1999.

Aviation Security: FAA's Deployment Of Equipment To Detect Traces Of Explosives. General Accounting Office. 1998.

Aviation Security: Progress Being Made, But Long-Term Attention Is Needed. Testimony. General Accounting Office. 1998.

Aviation Security: Implementation Of Recommendations Is Under Way, But Completion Will Take Several Years. General Accounting Office. 1998.

Aviation Security Implementation Of Recommendations Is Under Way, But Completion Will Take Several Years. General Accounting Office. 1998

Aviation Security Commercially Available Advanced Explosives Detection Devices. General Accounting Office. 1998.

Aviation Security: Immediate Action Needed To Improve Security. Testimony.

Fultz-Ko. General Accounting Office. 1996.

Aviation Security Urgent Issues Need To Be Addressed. Fultz-K. General Accounting Office. 1996.

Aviation Security: FAA Can Help Ensure That Airports' Access Control Systems Are Cost-Effective. General Accounting Office. 1995.

Aviation Security: Development Of New Security Technology Has Not Met Expectations. General Accounting Office. 1994.

Aviation Security Additional Actions Needed To Meet Domestic And International Challenges : Report To Congressional Committees. General Accounting Office.1994.

Aviation Security: Training Standards Needed For Extra Security Measures At Foreign Airports. General Accounting Office. 1989.

Aviation Security: Corrective Actions Underway, But Better Inspection Guidance Still Needed. General Accounting Office. 1988.

Aviation Security: Government Operations. General Accounting Office. 1988.

Aviation Security: Improved Controls Needed To Prevent Unauthorized Access At Key Airports : Report To The Secretary Of. General Accounting Office. 1988.

Aviation Security : FAA's Assessments Of Foreign Airports. General Accounting Office. 1988

Aviation Security: Corrective Actions Underway, But Better Inspection Guidance Still Needed. General Accounting Office. 1988.

Aviation Security: FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) Needs Preboard Passenger Screening Performance Standards. General Accounting Office. 1987.

Aviation Security: FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) Preboard Passenger Screening Test Results. Fact Sheet. General Accounting Office. 1987.

Computer Security: FAA Needs To Improve Controls Over Use Of Foreign Nationals To Remediate And Review Software. General Accounting Office. 1999.

FAA Computer Security: Recommendations To Address Continuing Weaknesses: Report To The Secretary Of Transportation. (Federal Aviation Administration Computer Security: Recommendations To Address Continuing Weaknesses: Report To The Secretary Of Transportation.)U.S. General Accounting Office, Washington, D.C. 2000

FAA Budget: Management Attention Needed For Future Investment Decisions. Testimony. Li-A. General Accounting Office. 1994.

FAA Budget: Important Challenges Affecting Aviation Safety, Capacity, And Efficiency. Testimony. Mead-Km. General Accounting Office. 1993.

Federal Aviation Administration: Challenges In Modernizing The Agency. Testimony. General Accounting Office. 2000.

Federal Aviation Administration: Issues Concerning The Reauthorization Of Aviation Programs. General Accounting Office. 1999.

Information Security Serious Weaknesses Put State Department And FAA Operations At Risk . Dodaro-G. General Accounting Office. 1999.

Military Airlift: Management Controls Over Charter Airlift Need To Be Strengthened. General Accounting Office. 1987.

Proactive Management Of FAA's Security Program Needed. Statement Of Kenneth M. Mead Before The President's Commission On Aviation Security And Terrorism. General Accounting Office. 1989.

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