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OIG found that DOT websites were using computer cookies to collect information from web visitors in violation of OMB and DOT policies.
Actions Needed to Improve Aviation Security - Testimony before the Committee on Governmental Affairs and the Subcommittee on Oversight of Government Management, Restructuring and the District of Columbia, U.S. Senate
In a joint hearing before the Committee on Governmental Affairs and the Subcommittee on Oversight of Government Management, Restructuring and the District of Columbia, U.S.
We performed an evaluation of the Department’s information security controls and procedures as part of the Department’s first-ever computer security report to the Office of Management and Budget, as required by the Government Information Security
The Inspector General testified at a joint hearing of the Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs and the Subcommittee on Oversight of Government Management, Restructuring, and the District of Columbia, regarding the status of airline security si
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.
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 report presents our initial assessment of FAA’s plan to replace its telecommunications systems, known as the FAA Telecommunication Infrastructure Project (FTI).
The IG initiated an audit of the Department’s efforts to ensure that all communities which received scheduled air service before the September 11 terrorist attacks continue to receive adequate air transportation service and that essential air serv
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).