December 2014

Security and the P3

Value creation is at the heart of everything we do, whether we’re self-employed, working for a private company or in a public agency. We provide products and services that are valuable to our clients and the public we serve. Corporate objectives, as a general rule, seek to continuously improve that value creation potential, turning to

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Security Screening: improving human performance for greater reliability

In an article published in ASI last June, I wrote that the security checkpoint is where commercial and security interests can merge to benefit operators, passengers and screeners. I suggested as well, that planning and investing in the design of checkpoints, applying innovative queuing techniques, valuing the time passengers spend waiting and offering security services

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