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BCAS is usually headed by an IPS officer of the rank of Director General.
Smith added that BCAS chose EQ2 because of its use of advanced Microsoft certified technologies, US hospital reputation, and history of successful implementation.
According to BCAS guidelines, at least seven security personnel have to be deputed for the complete security check of an aircraft.
Furthermore, BCAS has a unique relationship with E-Comm (Emergency Communications for Southwest British Columbia Incorporated), the primary 9-1-1 answering point for all of Southwestern British Columbia and a NICE recording system customer for close to a decade.
A senior BCAS official told M AIL T ODAY on condition of anonymity: " It is certain that dignitaries who got added in 2007 will be dropped from the list.
Earlier, in the day on Tuesday, the Civil Aviation Ministry directed the BCAS to conduct an inquiry into reports about Kalam being frisked by the airline staff on April 21 before he was to board a flight.
Sources said the BCAS rechecked the documents submitted by Ram.
The decision was taken at a recent meeting attended by senior officials from the Delhi International Airport Limited ( DIAL), BCAS, Central Industrial Security Force ( CISF), DMRC and various airlines.
In return, Malviya -- who being the boss of BCAS is the sole authority for granting security- related permissions -- is alleged to have helped the private airport operator and some airlines with speedy security- related permissions for their staff for access to airports, issuance of security passes and many other benefits.
Brown stated that protecting Americans from various threats often entails methods that may be deemed uncomfortable or intrusive, according to a news release on the BCAS website.
The low operational costs for BCAS (Singapore) are because BCAS does not have an office.