DHS: TWIC Dashboard

Monday, March 03, 2008
The Department of Homeland Security issued the TWIC Dashboard to provide point-in-time program information on enrollment and adjudication statistics and other relevant information relating to the Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) program. As of February 27, a total of 190,447 individuals had pre-enrolled and 120,148 individuals had completed the enrollment process. A total of 45,309 TWIC cards have been printed and, of these, 24,173 have been activated. Initial disqualification letters were issued to 2,033 individuals. Appeals were requested in 952 cases, of which 705 were granted. Waivers were requested in 61 cases, of which 8 were granted. No hearings have been requested before an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ). Final disqualification letters have been issued to 14 individuals. Note: This document may be accessed by going to Homeport, clicking on “Port Directory” near the top of the page, selecting “Corpus Christi”, and then clicking on “TWIC Dashboard” located under “Homeland Security”. (HK Law)

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