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Authorized Signer must ensure that all individuals who need airport ID badges complete the appropriate forms.
The Authorized Signer does not ensure that applicant information is validated and complete.
As an Authorized Signer, you may sign an incomplete ID badge application.
A badge-holder must return their badge if they no longer work for the organization.
An Authorized Signer cannot be held responsible if a badge-holder’s ID badge is not returned.
During an Audit, the Authorized Signer must verify that all information is correct.
The criminal History Questionnaire, if required, must be completed.
You may send an incomplete application to the ID Badging Office.
You cannot make copies of the badge files for your records.
When an employee is no longer employed, the Authorized Signatory must obtain and return the badge.
Failure to respond to an Audit may result in suspension of company ID Badge privileges.
Audits will include a listing of all active badge holder’s information.
Authorized Signers are not required to ensure their employees are physically in possession of their airport ID badge.
Authorized Signatory training is required by the TSA when beginning employment.
For all changes to employee information, employment status and questions, call the number on the back of the ID card.
Any documents on the I-9 form can be acceptable by the airport ID Badging.
The Airport may Audit a company’s records.