The Sikh Coalition has obtained previously unreleased TSA documents. Written in 2009, these documents show that the agency can pursue several auditing options to weed out racial and religious profiling. In addition, the authors of the document apparently miscalculated the effectiveness of Advanced Imaging Technology (AIT) machines, recommending that TSA determine which auditing option to implement “during the interim period of time it takes to deploy advance[d] passenger screening technologies” and claiming “that advance[d] screening technologies, beyond those deployed [in 2009] will reduce or possibly eliminate perceptive profiling[.]” As it turns out, Sikhs are still subjected to secondary pat down screenings, even after passing through AIT machines without incident, and other communities continue to report discriminatory treatment by TSA personnel. In this context, TSA needs to take its auditing options more seriously.