A roundup of reader letters

Regarding "Registered Traveler starts at Atlanta airport"

If only [the Transportation Security Administration] would open this up to the use of Common Access Cards.

Anonymous


Regarding "New office will manage schedules contracts"

We support the creation of [the Multiple Award Schedules Program Office], and have been calling for it ever since the creation of the Federal Acquisition Service. We look forward to working with Robin Bourne, who is exceptionally well qualified to lead the MAS Program Office.

Larry Allen

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