The Transportation Security Administration is under fire from the Department of Homeland Security’s inspector general for mistakes in evaluating applications for private screeners at airports, but the agency contends that the flaws have been fixed, USA Today reports.

The DHS inspector general found that TSA file for five airports that applied for permission to hire private screeners under the Screening Partnership Program (SPP) had documents that were not finalized and contained inaccurate information, which increases the risk of the TSA not selecting the best contractor for the screening process.

John Halinski, TSA deputy administrator, replied that while some documents were mislabeled, that didn’t hurt the agency’s review of the applications, USA Today reports.