Regulatory Economic Analysis and Related Support for the TSA

Categorized Under: Environment, Homeland Security



ICF has performed a wide range of economic and regulatory support for DHS Transportation Security Administration (TSA). We also have tracked legislative and regulatory developments and provided technical drafting support to TSA staff for several proposed rules.

ICF has provided regulatory economic analysis and research support to TSA staff on topics ranging from the transportation worker identification credential rule, to the impact of Hurricane Katrina on the transportation sector, to small entity analyses of various aviation rules. Our work includes supporting the management, sorting, and analysis of public comments on rules dealing with various topics such as transportation of explosives, large aircraft, transportation worker identification, and rail transportation security (some including thousands of comments), using ICF’s CommentWorks®  software. ICF also has supported public meetings by assisting in planning and managing logistics in several cities.

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Client: U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Transportation Security Administration (TSA)
Location: US

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