WOGX: Private screeners to replace TSA at Orlando airport? Orlando International Airport is taking the first baby steps in a move that could replace Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agents with private screeners. The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA) is discussing new customer service standards for all entities that operate at the airport. Chairman Frank Kruppenbacher said, as it stands now at OIA, the TSA only has to answer to the federal government and not to the airport. "Once we establish those, we'll evaluate," said Kruppenbacher. "Can the TSA meet those standards or not? Should we put it out for a bid?" Kruppenbacher said millions of bags have been screened at the airport since the TSA took over. In that time, only 11 people have been prosecuted for theft. "Eleven is still unacceptable ... "