TSA Wins Rematch Over Kansas City Airport Screening Contract

Law360, New York (November 28, 2012, 7:30 PM EST) -- The Transportation Security Administration doesn't have to change a $150 million contract solicitation for security screening services at the Kansas City International Airport, but some of its terms could be made clearer, a federal judge said in an order unsealed Tuesday.

Judge Thomas C. Wheeler said that there wasn't anything legally wrong with how the government set up a "rather aggressive" 40 percent small-business participation goal in its request for bids to screen passengers and baggage at the Missouri airport, but that it would have been...
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