Administrator largely responsible for the sad state of TSA today gets new job

Discussion in 'Aviation Passenger Security in the USA' started by Mike, Aug 30, 2012.

  1. Mike

    Mike Founding Member Coach

    Aviation News Today: TSA Name New Assistant Administrator For Office of Global Strategies

    TSA Thursday announced Kelly Hoggan as the assistant administrator for the Office of Global Strategies.

    In his new role, Hoggan will oversee TSA's engagement with foreign governments and international industry stakeholders as TSA continues to grow as a risk-based, intelligence-driven counterterrorism agency.

    Hoggan most recently served as the assistant administrator for the Office of Security Capabilities where he was responsible for the development, test and evaluation, acquisition and deployment, and maintenance of all TSA security technologies and systems.



    Government Security News: Hoggan named TSA assistant administrator for global strategies

    The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) named Kelly Hoggan as assistant administrator for the Office of Global Strategies on Aug. 30, where he will oversee the agency’s engagement with foreign governments and international industry stakeholders.

    Hoggan was most recently the assistant administrator for TSA’s Office of Security Capabilities where he was responsible for the development, test and evaluation, acquisition and deployment, and maintenance of all TSA security technologies and systems, according to TSA. Hoggan was named to that post last April.

    Prior to his position in security capabilities office, TSA said Hoggan was deputy assistant administrator for the Office of Global Strategies, where he guided international compliance and outreach efforts in approximately 200 countries around the world.

    Hoggan has also served as deputy assistant administrator for the Office of Security Operations where he was responsible for TSA's frontline operations at more than 450 airports nationwide.

    Hoggan joined TSA in 2004 as a general manager within the Office of Security Operations, where he was responsible for the development and oversight of organizational performance measurements, screening optimization and workforce utilization.



    In other words, he's responsible for much of the failure that is TSA today.
     
  2. Doober

    Doober Original Member

    So he's taking over John Halinski's former position. Halinski - you know - the guy who told a Congressional committee that he'd not heard of many criticisms of TSA.
     
  3. nachtnebel

    nachtnebel Original Member

    In other words, this waste of oxygen will be strong arming other countries until they too get their hands in the crotch of their people. Sorry putz. I hope he falls out of an airplane.
     

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