ARSA’s Security Rule Pool: Thanks for Your Responses
April 02, 2012
With the TSA in no hurry to issue a rule for repair station security, the ban on certification of new foreign repair stations will remain in place for the foreseeable future.
It is anyone’s guess as to when the agency will fulfill its congressional demands. ARSA is therefore asking its members, when do you think the TSA will issue its final repair station security rule?
The person with the guess closest to the final rule issuance date will win two free admissions to ARSA’s Legislative Day and Annual Symposium. The pool closed on March 31, 2012.
ARSA will notify the winner when the TSA releases its final rule (note to survey participants: don’t hold your breath waiting on notification).
~~~ posted 4/2/12 ~~~
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