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Sequester or not, the men and women of the TSA do need clothes. But some people can’t miss an opportunity to bash the agency over unimportant things.
Members of Congress are decrying the Transportation Security Administration’s decision to sign a $50 million contract to buy uniforms just a week before sequestration took effect.
TSA defends the deal — noting that its old contract had expired, and saying that without a new one it couldn’t have continued buying uniforms for airport screeners. And the agency says $50 million is a ceiling, not the amount it intends to spend on uniforms in the next year.
But the optics of such a big, badly timed contract are horrible, lawmakers said Wednesday