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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
Letter to Ranking Member Capuano on Enhancing Implementation and Oversight of DOT’s Pipeline Safety Program
We issued a letter to Ranking Member Michael E. Capuano with our input on ways to enhance implementation and oversight of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s (DOT) pipeline safety program.
OIG and FAA today released initial results of an ongoing review of background checks of security screeners employed by Argenbright Security, Inc. at 14 airports.
Hei Yeng Kwok, owner of K&W Trading Co., a trucking company in Chicago, was arrested by OIG special agents on Federal bribery charges for allegedly attempting to pay a $2,000 bribe and later paying a $4,000 bribe to a FMCSA official in exchang
Former FAA Supervisor at the William J. Hughes Technical Center Pleads Guilty in Contract Fraud Scheme
On June 13, Darrell K. Woods, a former FAA program manager, pleaded guilty in U.S.
On February 5, we issued our report on lessons learned from the Department's response to the 2005 Gulf Coast hurricanes.
Northern Gas Transport, Inc. (NGT), Lyndonville, VT, and three of its officials, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court, in Rutland, VT, to charges related to falsifying drivers logbooks.
Two Pipeline Companies and Three Employees Enter Pleas in Criminal Case Arising from June 1999 Gasoline Pipeline Rupture in Bellingham, WA
In the largest criminal and civil settlement ever obtained in a pipeline rupture case, Olympic Pipeline Company agree to pay $11 million to resolve criminal charges arising from rupture of a petroleum pipeline and subsequent gasoline explosion in