Plan instituted to improve TSA practices after failed tests

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The Secretary of Homeland Security announced Monday that changes are underway for the Transportation Security Administration.

Secretary Jeh Johnson said a 10-point plan was put into place after a report was released last month, showing that agents failed to find fake bombs and weapons.

The TSA is reconsidering the use of expedited screenings and increasing random searches.

The TSA will also be retesting all of its security equipment and focusing on back-to-basics training for agents. 

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