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AAAE Applauds Expansion of Registered Traveler Program to Nation's Capital
Date:3/19/2008

world's most advanced interoperable identity management system of travelers' biometric data -- the Central Information Management System (CIMS). The CIMS ensures interoperability, security and efficiency in the RT program and is responsible for several key functions, such as processing all records, interfacing with the TSA for background checks, ensuring a chain of trust from vetted enrollments and issued credentials, and sending alerts to all service providers regarding revoked credentials.

"AAAE and the TSC play a critical role in ensuring the RT program operates in accordance with the highest federal standards of security and in a manner that provides airport operators and consumers with critical choices in the marketplace," Barclay said. "The TSC Central Information Management System ensures that multiple RT cards work in multiple airport locations and that those cards work each and every time. The continued success of the program depends on that kind of consistency, and CIMS provides it seamlessly. We're proud of the fact that we've been able to provide that functionality at a fraction of the cost of similar systems operating for other programs."

The accuracy of the CIMS is critical to the efficiency and security of the program. By binding a registered traveler's identity to a biometrically verifiable and encrypted smart card, airports and TSA can be sure, every time, that the appropriate individual is cleared and receiving the benefits of the program. Thanks to CIMS, the RT program has never permitted someone to go through an RT checkpoint that has not been vetted and approved by the TSA background screening system and verified as being currently eligible to receive RT benefits.

ABOUT AAAE: Founded in 1928, AAAE (http://www.aaae.org) is the world's largest professional organization representing the men and women who work at public-use commercial and general aviation airports. AAAE's 5,0
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