Sunday, 7 March 2004

Witnesses selected for House hearing on CAPPS-II

The USA House Aviation Subcommittee has chosen the following witnesses to testify at this Thursday's first Congressional hearing on the CAPPS-II airline passengers profiling and monitoring system:

  1. Tom Blank, Transportation Security Administration
  2. Norm Rabkin, General Accounting Office
  3. Jim May, Air Transport Association
  4. Kevin Mitchell, Business Travel Coalition
  5. Paul Rosenzweig, Heritage Foundation
  6. David Sobel, Electronic Privacy Information Center

Written testimony for the record of the hearing will be accepted until 25 March 2004, and can be submitted by e-mail to Ms. Sharon Barkeloo of the Subcommittee staff, phone +1-202-226-4491.

Testimony should be addressed to:

Representative John Mica, Chairperson
Subcommittee on Aviation
Committee on Transportation & Infrastructure
House of Representatives
2251 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
USA

Link | Posted by Edward on Sunday, 7 March 2004, 07:05 ( 7:05 AM)
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