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The United States has made significant progress in securing the nation from terrorism since the September 11, 2001 attacks. As a result of this attack, certain recommendations where made from the 9/11 commission report. One of which is Developing and Implementing risk-based Transportation Security Strategies.

DHS has made significant advances in risk-based security since 9/11, focusing on intelligence- driven, layered security across all transportation modes. This approach emphasizes pre-screening for passengers and cargo, while focusing resources on those who pose the greatest threat to the nation‘s transportation networks. Some these advances include:

Conducting baseline security assessments across aviation, maritime, surface transportation sectors;

Forging international consensus on historic new global aviation standards; Strengthening the security of the global supply chain;


Collecting and analyzing advanced passenger and cargo information; and Supporting risk-based state and local prevention efforts (U.S. Department of Homeland Security, 2011, p.4).

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In response to the 9/11 attack on the world trade center, the USA realized that terrorism
was a significant threat they had to curb and get involved in to protect its citizens. This led to the
formation of the department of homeland security by the Bush administration that merged 22
government agencies. Border patrol, the transport security administration and the coast guard
were also formed to provide surveillance in the various parts of the US. The government,
therefore, had to increase its security budget in the homeland security by around 30billion dollars
and double budgets of other agencies such as the TSA to fully fund the war against terrorism.
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