Tag Archives: Department of Homeland Security

With ‘Real ID’ Airport Security Rules Set To Take Effect In January, TMCs Issue Client Advisories

Twelve years since Congress passed it, the Real ID Act is getting real. Two months before the new federal security rules take effect at U.S. airports, travel managers are finding lots of confusion. That’s why travel management companies are encouraging clients to spread the message about the potential impact. Conceived after 9/11 as a way to make state-issued… Read More »

‘Laptop Ban’ Prompts Review Of Travel, IT Policies

[UPDATE, July 20, 2017: The U.S. Department of Homeland Security no longer bans large electronic devices in airplane passenger cabins for flights coming in from overseas. The last of the 10 airports affected by the restrictions had the ban removed this week.] [UPDATE, April 19, 2017: Emirates cited revised U.S. government policies for its decision to reduce flight… Read More »