We began an audit of the Coast Guard’s capital investments, with a focus on the Integrated Deepwater Systems acquisition project.
We released our audit report regarding the user fees that the U.S. Coast Guard charges the public for vessel documentation services.
Norwegian Cruise Lines was fined $1 million by a U.S. District Court judge in Miami, FL, after pleading guilty to discharging oily bilge wastes into the sea and repeatedly lying to the Coast Guard about the practice over a period of years.
Yolanda Davis, an employee with the U.S. Coast Guard, was ordered by a U.S. District Court judge in New York, NY, to pay $80,000 in restitution and spend 10 months confined at home for stealing Government money.
High Quality Machine Shop and its owners Theresa Gabriel and Carlos Chavez of San Antonio, TX, were debarred from Federal contract work for supplying critical helicopter parts to the Coast Guard that were not properly inspected.
Ronald V. Bowman, of Forestville, MD, a former contract security guard at the Coast Guard headquarters building, in Washington, DC, was sentenced in U.S.
Joseph Mitlof, owner of Hudson Valley Waterways, in Valley Cottage, NY, was sentenced by a U.S.
We issued our audit of Coast Guard’s inventory management of spare and repair parts of cutters and small boats.
The Inspector General testified before the Senate Commerce Subcommittee on Oceans and Fisheries that FY 2003 is a critical year for the Coast Guard as it adjusts its missions in the wake of 9/11 and engages in the most expensive acquisition in its
This report provides the results of a study of the actuarial model the U.S. Coast Guard uses to estimate its liabilities for retired pay and medical benefits.