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Keeping Commerce and People Moving – Swiftly & Securely

Every infrastructure has changed since September 11th but none more so than transportation and in particular the aviation industry.  From new passenger and baggage screening procedures and technologies, to new rules and requirements for traveling domestically and internationally, how people and commerce move in America and around the world has become more challenging.  With the introduction of new passenger identification systems, cargo screening mandates and rising costs in fuel and facility operations, the challenges only continue to grow.  

Catalyst Partners has been part and privy to many of the debates, discussions, policies and programs that have centered on these and other transportation and aviation issues.  Our grasp of the nuances associated with these areas, as well as our network to public, private and organizational players have put our clients in the center of some of the most challenging arenas.  

As a result, Catalyst Partner clients do not participate from the sidelines; they are engaged in the policies and programs that shape the way we travel, engage in business and secure our nation’s economic and security interests.

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