At the request of Senator Richard Shelby, ranking minority member of the Senate Appropriations Transportation & Related Agencies Subcommittee, we evaluated the oversight of subcontract tower operations by FAA and its primary contractor to ensu
This report presents OIG’s review of FAA’s Free Flight Phase 1 Initiative (FFP1).
We found that FAA, in its oversight of carriers’ maintenance programs, has placed limited emphasis on air carriers’ Continuing Analysis and Surveillance Systems (CASS).
We found that the cost-accounting practices FAA is implemented for flight service stations would not assign $71 million to the stations as required.
Automated Flight Service Stations: Significant Benefits Could be Realized by Consolidating AFSS Sites in Conjunction with Deployment of OASIS
This report summarizes the results of our audit on the deployment of the Operational and Supportability Implementation System (OASIS).
This audit found FAA is making good progress toward implementing a labor distribution system in its Air Traffic Services line of business by its September 30, 2002, target.
We determined that the design specifications and requirements in the request for proposal allow for full and fair competition to construct a multipurpose vessel capable of heavy icebreaking and maintaining aids-to-navigation.
Development of the National Advanced Driving Simulator Resulted in Substantial Cost Increase and Schedule Delays
NHTSA did not effectively control the costs of the driving simulator, which grew to $80.8 million, more than twice the original estimate of $36.5 million.
Further Delays in Implementing Occupational Safety and Health Standards for Flight Attendants Are Likely
FAA has had authority since 1975 for occupational safety and health standards of crew aboard aircraft.
Our audit of FHWA’s inactive obligations identified about $42 billion as of March 31, 2001. Of those, about 25,000 obligations, totaling about $2.6 billion, had been inactive for 18 months.