http://www.ehow.com/how_2323691_use-significant-figures-multiplication-division.html In a reversal of policy, all TSA Supervisory Transportation Security Officers (STSOs) are now eligible for reimbursement of up to one half of their cost to obtain professional liability insurance, says the Federal Managers Association. As required by law, agencies across the federal government provide this reimbursement to managers. Thanks to this revision in policy, STSOs no longer carry the entire burden of paying for this insurance, which some consider necessary for their line of work. Supervisory Transportation Security Officers at TSA are now eligible to receive congressionally-mandated professional liability insurance reimbursement, thanks to a ruling earlier this year by TSA Administrator John Pistole. My favorite part: Niehaus added: "STSOs are dutiful public servants who are dedicated and passionate about protecting America's traveling public and strive to be model employees of TSA. We thank them for their service and are pleased they are recognized with reimbursement for this crucial insurance. Our members look forward to working vigilantly with Administrator Pistole and all of TSA in the daily mission to protect our great country."