I do not but I wish I did. Where is it tucked away?
It might be somewhere in these archives but damned if I'd know how to dig it up.
I'll try to be brief:
When the TSA was formed they took possession of a lot of old airport security offices in most of the major airports. Datacomm at airports in the era prior to 9/11 was fairly anemic and even a lot of major airports had dialup even as recently as 2003.
The few that had better mostly had weak DSL.
The "White Package" upgrade gave every TSA office a T1 at the very least if not several.
When I arrived at my first install job, at Shreveport (SHV) the entire TSA office was sharing a SINGLE dialup and a fax machine.
Now you might think, "Oh great, so you installed high speed data in all the TSA offices in 29 airports, what's the problem?"
We were instructed to route all the data cables through the floor below, in the suspended ceilings one floor down, with NO CONDUIT and NO other shielding. So, for example, the cable bundles to the server rack might be in the ceiling going through baggage claim or through a storeroom next to a food concession stand. (*might be is a euphemism for "WAS")
It is very easy to siamese or splice a data cable.
What's to stop anyone from doing so, just push up the ceiling tile, it's all there.