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In testimony before a House Transportation and Infrastructure Aviation Subcommittee hearing, the Inspector General addressed the governance, organization, and delivery of aviation security.
Aviation Security in the United States - Testimony before the joint House-Senate Transportation Appropriations Subcommittee
In testimony before a joint House-Senate Transportation Appropriations Subcommittee hearing, the Inspector General addressed the governance, organization, and delivery of aviation security.
The IG testified before the House Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee on Railroads regarding Amtrak’s financial status, performance to date of the Acela high speed train set, and the proposed Amtrak bond bill.
Congressional concern over increasing complaints in air travel soared following the January 1999 incident at the Detroit airport in which hundreds of passengers were stuck in planes on snowbound runways for up to 8 hours.
As part of the OIG's ongoing congressionally mandated assessment of Amtrak's financial needs and requirements, we reported to the Secretary of Transportation on several critical financial issues of concern.
As a follow-up to the Committee’s March 15th hearing, the IG testified before the Transportation and Related Agencies Subcommittee of the House Appropriations Committee regarding departmental commitments for addressing the growing problem of fligh
We issued a memorandum to FAA Associate Administrator for Air Traffic Services stating our concerns with a practice of Air Traffic Services to grant time off as a way to settle grievances and other complaints, which is in violation of the agreemen
February 13, 2001 statement by Inspector General The Honorable Kenneth M. Mead before the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, United States Senate.
Amtrak Financial Viability and Modernization excerpt from the January 18, 2001 Top DOT Management Challenges report
The IG testified before the House Transportation and Infrastructure Aviation Subcommittee regarding progress made by 14 major airlines in improving customer service since our February report on the issue.