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Inquiry into developments in aviation security since the Committee's June 2004 Report 400: Review of Aviation Security in Australia

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Terms of Reference

The Joint Committee of Public Accounts and Audit will inquire into and report on developments in aviation security since its June 2004 Report 400: Review of Aviation Security in Australia, with particular reference to:
  1. regulation of aviation security by the Commonwealth Department of Transport and Regional Services, and the Department’s response to aviation security incidents since June 2004;
  2. compliance with Commonwealth security requirements by airport operators at major and regional airports;
  3. compliance with Commonwealth security requirements by airlines;
  4. the impact of overseas security requirements on Australian aviation security;
  5. cost imposts of security upgrades, particularly for regional airports;
  6. privacy implications of greater security measures;
  7. opportunities to enhance security measures presented by current and emerging technologies, including measures to combat identity fraud; and
  8. procedures for, and security of, baggage handling operations at international, domestic and regional airports, by both airlines and airports.

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