The Inspector General testified on computer security challenges in DOT at a hearing before the House Government Reform Subcommittee on Government Efficiency, Financial Management, and Intergovernmental Relations.
The indictments of 29 current or former workers at Philadelphia International Airport were made public and 13 people arrested in the latest investigation of security at the nation's airports.
We released our report on the security of the Department's web systems in response to the statutory requirements of the Government Information Security Reform Act.
We released our report on DOT's information security program as required by the Government Information Security Reform Act (GISRA). We found that in Fiscal Year 2002, DOT made a strong commitment to improve information security.
We will begin an audit to determine whether (1) Department employees use DOT travel charge cards only for official Government business, (2) internal controls are adequate to safeguard against unauthorized use, and (3) delinquent travel charge card
We initiated an audit of DOT web systems connected to the DOT homepage to determine whether the Department has adequate web security and privacy protection.
The objective of this audit is to determine the validity of the total financial amounts that TASC reported for fiscal year 2001, the accuracy of revenue and cost balances as shown by service activity, and the adequacy of internal controls.
OIG responded to a request from Representative Stephen Horn, Chairman of the House Government Reform Subcommittee on Government Efficiency, Financial Management, and Intergovernmental Reform, for our assessment of the Department’s financial manage
This audit will review the Operating Administrations' plans and progress in developing and implementing cost-accounting systems and determine if the systems are being developed in accordance with applicable Federal financial accounting standards a