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DOT Has Not Met Federal Targets for Implementing Components of Its Information Security Continuous Monitoring Program
What We Looked At
On October 1, 2009, we issued our final report on the general, application, and operational controls over the DOT Enterprise Services Center. OIG hired a CPA firm to perform this review in accordance with the Statement of Auditing Standard No.
We issued our audit report on the Information Technology Omnibus Procurement Program (ITOP) to the Department and House and Senate Appropriations Committees, in which we found that ITOP has not served DOT's mission as envisioned, is not financiall
DOT has taken steps to transition to cloud computing, such as establishing a multi-modal Cloud Working Group, but it has not taken other actions needed to ensure an effective transition.
On September 19, 2013, we issued our report entitled DOT Not Fully Complying with Requirements of the Reducing Over-Classification Act. Our objectives were to (1) determine whet
This report presents our audit results on the Department of Transportation's (DOT) use of funds to address the Year-2000 computer problems.
This report presents the results of our audit of the security controls for the John A. Volpe Center’s (Volpe) information technology infrastructure.
What We Looked At
We issued the first two of three reports regarding the Volpe National Transportation Systems Center, performed at the request of Rep. Ernest J.
Multiple DOT Operating Administrations Lack Effective Information System Disaster Recovery Plans and Exercises
The Department of Transportation (DOT) relies on more than 450 information systems, many of which provide fundamental capabilities for keeping the Nation’s transportation system safe and operational.