Assistant Inspector General for Auditing Alexis M. Stefani testified before the House Transportation and Infrastructure Aviation Subcommittee on FAA’s oversight of passenger aircraft maintenance. Ms.
The Air Transportation Oversight System (ATOS) is FAA’s new approach to air carrier safety oversight.
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
This audit of FAA’s cost-accounting system for terminals/towers stations will evaluate the business rules used in assigning and allocating costs in order to test the accuracy and validity of the allocations and ensure that costs were accurately re
The Inspector General testified before the House Transportation Appropriations Subcommittee regarding FAA’s FY 2003 budget request. His testimony focused on:
We will be conducting an audit of the screener security program established after September 11, 2001.
We plan to conduct a series of audits regarding the deployment of advanced security technologies since September 11, 2001.
We reviewed FAA’s progress with acquiring the Weather and Radar Processor (WARP), which will give meteorologists and air traffic controllers more accurate and reliable information to lessen the effects of bad weather.
We issued: (1) an unqualified, or “clean,” audit opinion on FAA’s FY 2001 consolidated balance sheet, statement of net cost, statement of changes in net position, and combined statement of budgetary resources and statement of financing; and (2) a
An audit of FAA property, plant, and equipment was completed on our behalf by KPMG LLP of Washington, D.C., which issued an unqualified opinion as of September 30, 2001. We then reviewed KPMG’s audit work to determine compliance with U.S.