TSA Compliance and Submittal Development

TSA Compliance and Submittal Development

TSA Compliance and Submittal Development

Since the publication of the first version of the TSA’s Planning Guidelines and Design Standards (PGDS) in 2007, Checked Baggage Inspection System (CBIS) design projects in the United States have had to comply with a host of requirements for both specific design attributes of a CBIS and the detailed nuances of each design submittal stage. Each step entails establishment and confirmation of equipment quantities and requires the development of a host of specific design documentation not typically required for procurement of non-CBIS BHS projects. In many cases, design teams and Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) struggle to adequately prepare these design packages for approval by TSA.  The PGDS is continually being modified to ensure the utmost in safe, optimal, efficient, and cost-effective screening solutions that meet the needs of the traveling public. Each step in the design submittal process entails establishment and confirmation of equipment quantities and requires the development of a host of specific design documentation not necessarily required for non-CBIS BHS projects that do not directly impact TSA. 

With a staff with direct TSA contracting experience and decades of CBIS subject matter expertise, STS is the “go-to” firm for providing comprehensive design support services to mitigate the impact of added costs and schedule delays associated with revising and resubmitting incomplete or flawed CBIS design packages.

TSA Compliance and Submittal Development
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