Happy Birthday or Leave Me Alone? TSA at the Ten-Year Mark

Ten years ago Saturday, a far-reaching and convoluted bill was enacted. It created a new government agency that most Americans think is a big hassle, if not worse.

The Transportation Security Administration, born in the wake of 9/11, enters its second decade with a list of successes and shortcomings that we should examine. As the agency’s third employee, I worked at TSA for more than four years and continue to watch it closely. The story of its formation offers lessons for homeland security, and for other major policy challenges.

Read more @ the Huffington Post.

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