The Association of Flight Attendants-CWA (AFA-CWA) has once again called for the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to fully implement CrewPass, an identification credential for aviation workers that promotes expedited screening of those who most frequently must pass through airport security. For years, AFA-CWA has been urging TSA to devote resources to the development and full implementation of an aviation workers’ identification credential that will promote expedited screening. This credential could employ biometrics, such as fingerprints, to quickly screen flight attendants and others. This would ultimately allow TSA to focus on more effective screening of the hundreds of airport vendors and thousands of aircraft passengers who daily pass through checkpoints. Back in July 2008, the TSA launched “crewPASS”, a test program designed to evaluate expedited access to secure areas of airports for properly credentialed commercial flight deck crew members.