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Chapter 4 - Recommended Next Steps for Implementation
Pages 18-22

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From page 18...
... Another important way of maintaining a current understanding is to be aware of the industry reference documents that govern the standards, policies, and procedures for self-tagging. The technical components covered in the standards documents include hardware and application, system interfaces, messaging, and bar codes, among other items.
From page 19...
... Kiosk; • IATA 1724, General Conditions of Carriage (Passenger and Baggage) ; • IATA 1740a, Form of Interline Baggage Tag; Recommended Next Steps for Implementation 19 Figure 6.
From page 20...
... Completing Step 2 will help to determine the opportunity for an airport to be a pilot test site. Again, through Step 2, users of this checklist can obtain up-todate information regarding the TSA acceptance of self-tagging implementation in the U.S., which will ultimately help drive the implementation schedule.
From page 21...
... Solution providers will vary depending on installation requirements, and may involve design consultants, technology hardware/software, baggage handling, IT infrastructure, paper stock, and other third party support roles. Step 6 Submit Formal Notification to TSA Regarding Project Opportunities Corporate TSA should be formally notified of the intent for implementation of a self-tagging system.
From page 22...
... Step 9 Define Responsibilities This step involves reviewing staffing impact for airlines, airport, solution providers, ground handlers, and other stakeholders. Step 10 Establish Test Criteria for Pilot This final step suggests using prerequisite information from the Decision-Making Tool to establish issues or open items that will be tested during the initial phases or during participation in the pilot program.

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