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R Encourage FAA to facilitate the interim deployment of available explosive detection equipment. r Encourage FAA, the Department of Transportation, the intelligence community, and law enforcement agencies to assist air carriers in developing passenger profiling programs. r Direct FAA and the FBI to conduct joint threat and vulnerability assessments at least once every three years at airports determined to be high risk. 27 Four years later, Congress adopted the Airport Security Improvement Act of 2000.

But, as observed previously, even with a pre-9/11 mindset, the system’s flaws were well known. As DOT Inspector General Kenneth Mead testified to the 9/11 Commission: I think that the system we had in place before September 11th had in fact undergone incremental improvements over the years . . and I believe in fact provided a deterrent value for certain types of threat. S. civil aviation security system and its individual members were utterly unprepared for the terrorist hijackings that occurred on 9/11.

For example, would a different administrator or head of security at the FAA have been able to muster the necessary support from elected officials in both the executive and legislative branches of government and from the powerful industry, state and local stakeholders who largely would be the ones to implement increased security, in the face of different priorities from the public, and absent either an actual disaster or compelling and highly specific intelligence information about an imminent threat?

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