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Where TSA money has gone

Since its creation after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, the Transportation Security Administration has doled out nearly $14 billion to contractors for products and services ranging from telecommunications and computer networking to advanced passenger-screening technology. Here are the top five recipients, listed by the amount of money they contracted with the TSA for over the past nine years, as ranked by usaspending.gov:


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