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As directed by the Conference Report on the Department’s FY 2001 Appropriations law, we reviewed the readiness of the Coast Guard's small boat search and rescue (SAR) program, focusing on the status, historical trends, and plans for program staffi
MARAD Has Taken Steps To Develop a Port Infrastructure Development Program but Is Challenged in Managing Its Current Port Projects
In 2003, the Maritime Administration (MARAD) was authorized to administer funds for developing and modernizing the Port of Anchorage, the main seaport in Anchorage, AK.
We publicly released our review of the Maritime Administration’s (MARAD) Title XI Loan-Guarantee Program, conducted in response to a congressional request.
DOT/OIG Report on Enhancing the Federal Railroad Administration's Oversight of Track Safety Inspections
Our report found that FRA’s safety regulations for internal rail flaw testing did not require the railroads to report the specific track locations–milepost numbers or track miles–tested during these types of inspections.
Weaknesses in MARAD’s Management Controls for Risk Mitigation, Workforce Development, and Program Implementation Hinder the Agency’s Ability To Meet Its Mission
The mission of the Department of Transportation’s (DOT) Maritime Administration (MARAD) is to improve the U.S. marine transportation system to meet the Nation’s economic, environmental, and security needs.
This report contains sensitive security information, and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security will determine if any portions are publicly released.
On March 1, 2000, at a hearing of the Subcommittee on Transportation and Related Agencies, Committee on Appropriations, U.S. House of Representatives, we provided testimony on the Coast Guard’s Deepwater Capability Replacement Project.