TSA travelers and travel state governments will have to find some way to share numbers, if they want to track the numbers of people who have boarded in their state since July 1.
The TSA said on Monday that it will begin sharing the numbers with states, the federal government and the state governments of New York and Connecticut.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced in December that the agency was sharing data on its travelers and states will get a heads up on how to access the data.
It’s unclear when that information will be made public, or what other information will become available.
“We have a responsibility to ensure that our communities are safe and that our public safety officers are in a position to protect our citizens,” Cuomo said in a statement.
“We also have a duty to be transparent about what we know, and that includes sharing information about those who have departed New York for travel overseas.”
A spokesperson for the Transportation Security Administration told the Associated Press that the company is sharing the information with states.
The TSA is required by law to share any information on travelers that it receives about their travel history with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
It was not immediately clear what that information is or whether it includes the number of people whose travel status has changed since July.
The Transportation Security Agency, which handles nearly 2 million passengers a day, is part of the Department of Transportation.
The agency also operates a number of security checkpoints across the country.
Travelers who don’t want to provide their full name and address when they request a new TSA-issued boarding pass can call the agency at 1-800-TSA-7 (1-800.TSA.gov), or the TSA’s website, TSA.gov.
The state’s Department of Health and Hospitals has also shared data about people who’ve boarded in the state since the beginning of the year.
A spokesperson told the AP that it has not yet shared that information.
New Jersey Gov.
Chris Christie has asked the agency to share information about the numbers for its travelers.
Christie also has said that the state should make the information available to the federal Government Accountability Office (GAO) to review.
That office was formed by Congress to examine how the federal Department of Justice is using the data to prosecute individuals for federal crimes.
New Hampshire and Virginia both have a Department of Defense base, the Air Force Base at Buckley Air Force base, that houses about 6,000 troops.
The military’s Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) is responsible for guarding the bases.
The Pentagon said it will not share information with the state about its military personnel, other than to say it is “working to determine the proper use of data collected through this initiative.”