Here's a disheartening example: in one of the 67 tests, an undercover Red Team agent managed to pass through security with a fake bomb taped to his back. Despite setting off an alarm on one of the TSA's screening devices, they still got the all-clear after screeners performed a pat-down and failed to discover the (again, fake) explosive device. Woof.
In light of these pathetic lapses in security, the DHS announced the current Acting TSA Director would be reassigned to the Office of State and Local Law Enforcement -- in other words, there'd be little to no accountability. The full DHS report on the TSA tests is still being compiled, meanwhile, and will likely be released sometime this summer.
Gianni Jaccoma is a staff writer for Thrillist, and he knows nobody's really surprised by this. Follow his disillusioned cynicism on Twitter @gjaccoma