Cogent Systems [COGT]: L-1 Identity Solutions [ID]: RT Service Provider IQueue Selected by Indy Airport for RT Re-Launch

May 2010
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This article reports on the selection of Registered Traveler (RT) service provider IQueue by the Indianapolis Airport Authority (IAA) to reestablish the RT program at the Indianapolis International Airport (IAA). IAA Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Executive Director John Clark explains their reasons for selecting IQueue. Particular focus is given to how IQueue members can avail of the RT service, along with the reason behind its slow adoption by a large number of airports.


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