The Transportation Security Administration will pay $15,000 to those who can come up with a way to make security lines move more efficiently.
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00:02 It is a common complaint I I hated hated I
00:05 -- stop taking my shoes off. Security lines at any airport
00:10 are unpredictable. We've been here twenty minutes -- -- we seeded
00:14 Billups just took a Grassley wants and in winds right --
00:17 down again the TSA realizes it could be better. And quietly
00:22 posted an online that hoping someone somewhere. As an idea to
00:27 make the line moved faster and front break it down a
00:30 little bit more because it's right across the downing of more
00:33 pieces that tends to develop more efficiently -- the TSA has
00:36 several goals it once the pre -- lines the last five
00:39 minutes or less than all the regular lanes to be no
00:42 more than ten minutes. And is putting money on the table
00:44 for whoever comes up with the best way to do it.
00:47 151000. Dollars that's what the TSA is offering the deadline is
00:52 two weeks away and look how many people are already working
00:56 on. You know what I while I'm but I don't know
00:58 that there's a better way I am like I would hope
01:00 there did you work on it now but what if travelers
01:03 aren't ready don't have documents out. Some say he can't solve
01:07 that you sound like there is no easy solution over here.
01:11 As long as they're gonna chant everything that they check. I
01:15 don't believe there is. There are a lot of technical requirements
01:19 but the TSA plans to pick a winner mid September. --
01:22 -- public contest improves the airport experience. And maybe. Cuts down
01:28 on some of those complaints.