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Amtrak's financial results have not improved significantly, falling short of its business plan goals by about $120 million in 2000, the IG said in testimony before the Transportation Subcommittee of the House Appropriations Committee.
In our opinion, except for depreciation expense ($751 million) and net book value of property ($11.5 billion), the FAA balance sheet, statement of net cost, statement of changes in net position, statement of budgetary resources, and statement of f
We gave the Department a qualified audit opinion on the DOT Consolidated Financial Statements because of concerns with the net book value of FAA property ($11.5 billion of the $16.2 billion total for DOT).
This report sets out our recommendations from testimony before the of the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Transportation and Related Agencies regarding the status of our actions, and those of DOT and FAA to reduce flight delays and cancellati
The IG testified before the Transportation Subcommittee of the House Appropriations Committee regarding the increasing number of flight delays and cancellation and the outlook for improvements.
Mark Dayton, OIG's Deputy Assistant Inspector General for Competition Issues, testified before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation regarding Amtrak's security, safety, and finances.
Aviation System Capacity and ATC Modernization excerpt from January 18, 2001 Top DOT Management Challenges report
In response to a request from Rep.
We reviewed the Department's 2000 Performance Report/2002 Performance Plan in response to a request from Chairman Dan Burton of the House Committee on Government Reform. We found that the Department reasonably presented its progress and plans.