The objective of this audit, which was initiated prior to September 11, 2001, was to assess the Department's oversight of cargo security requirements.
The Inspector General issued a letter to Carol Hallett, president and CEO of the Air Transport Association, regarding certified cost submissions the airlines provided to TSA for defraying security costs.
At the President’s direction, we participated in law enforcement sweeps at the nation’s airports, where special agents conducted investigations to find employees who used illegal means to win employment and security badges allowing them access to
We publicly released our audit report concerning FAA’s system to maintain data on its operating leases with airports. Our analysis showed that the FAA data were incomplete and inaccurate.
Alexis M. Stefani, Assistant Inspector General for Auditing, testified during a hearing of the House Committee on Government Reform in Atlanta, GA, regarding TSA’s progress in implementing the Aviation and Transportation Security Act.
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Alexis M. Stefani, Assistant Inspector General for Auditing, testified before the House Transportation Aviation Subcommittee regarding TSA’s progress in implementing the Aviation and Transportation Security Act. Key points in her testimony were:
We will evaluate whether FAA is ensuring that workforce-related expenses associated with consolidations of air traffic facilities are necessary, cost-effective, and in the Government’s best interest.
Letter Response to John Carr, NATCA, on the Operational Stability and Security of FAA's new Cru-X System for ATC Facilities
At the request of John Carr, president, National Air Traffic Controllers Association (NATCA), we conducted a limited review of the computer security and operational stability of FAA’s Cru-X system.
The Inspector General testified before the House Transportation Appropriations Subcommittee regarding three issues with the most significant fiscal implications for TSA. These are: