Port Security - TWIC Plagued With Mang, Funding Problems

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The Maritime Transportation Security Act (MTSA) of 2002 called for the Department of Homeland Security to issue a worker identification card that uses biological metrics, such as fingerprints, to control access to secure areas of ports and ships. Charged

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Peter Buxbaum has been writing about international trade and transportation, as well as security, defense, technology, and foreign policy, for over 20 years. Besides contributing to the AJOT, Buxbaum's work has appeared in such leading publications as Fortune, Forbes, Chief Executive, Computerworld, and Jane's Defence Weekly. He was educated at Columbia University.