Newly offered legislation (HR-1351) in the House would require a senior TSA official to conduct random reviews of disciplinary actions in response to misconduct by TSA agents and supervisors in order to make those actions more consistent; it also would require reviews of the results of spot inspections. Also introduced was S-595, designed to speed up hiring at Customs and Border Protection by waiving polygraph requirements for job applicants with certain law enforcement or military experience. Sponsors say that some 1,000 currently authorized positions are vacant, in part because of delays in the hiring process to conduct such screening; the Trump administration has said it favors creating an additional 5,000 border patrol positions.