DHS declares Global Entry program a success, looks to expand it

11/20/2009 | Google

After a year-long test at seven airports, the Department of Homeland Security says it is ready to expand its Global Entry program designed to reduce airport waits for Americans returning from trips abroad. By using touchscreen kiosks to check travelers' biometric data, the program has reduced screening time by about 70%. DHS now wants to allow more travelers into the program while expanding the number of participating airports.

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