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The Inspector General testified before the House Transportation Appropriations Subcommittee regarding FAA’s FY 2003 budget request. His testimony focused on:
Letter Response to Senator Richard Shelby on FAA's Advanced Technologies and Oceanic Procedures (ATOP)
At the request of Senator Shelby, we reviewed the Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) Advanced Technologies and Oceanic Procedures (ATOP) procurement strategy for delivering new oceanic systems and determined whether FAA sought competition for
We reported to Congressman Peter DeFazio in response to his request for an update that FAA still has not made progress toward issuing standards that address occupational hazards faced by flight attendants.
The audit will determine if FAA has (1) identified all funding requirements to upgrade or replace long-range radars, (2) addressed gaps in domestic radar coverage, and (3) coordinated aircraft surveillance requirements with other Government agenci
We reviewed FAA’s progress with acquiring the Weather and Radar Processor (WARP), which will give meteorologists and air traffic controllers more accurate and reliable information to lessen the effects of bad weather.
Federal and State Authorities File Criminal Charges Against 98 Defendants in Security Sweeps at JFK and LaGuardia Airports
Federal authorities arrested or are seeking the arrests of 127 current or former employees at John F. Kennedy International Airport and LaGuardia Airport in New York City in an airport security sweep.
We issued a status report covering 20 major FAA projects, including development of precise satellite navigation systems; replacing air traffic controller displays at facilities that serve large hub airports; and acquiring new technologies to preve
Alexis M. Stefani, Assistant Inspector General for Auditing, testified before the House Transportation Aviation Subcommittee regarding TSA’s progress in implementing the Aviation and Transportation Security Act. Key points in her testimony were:
We publicly released our audit report concerning FAA’s system to maintain data on its operating leases with airports. Our analysis showed that the FAA data were incomplete and inaccurate.
Letter Response to Representative Dana Rohrabacher on FAA's FY2003 Budget Request for Research, Engineering, and Development
In response to requests from Representatives Dana Rohrabacher and Bart Gordon, and Senators Fritz Hollings and John McCain, we provided information on FAA’s fiscal year 2003 budget request for research, engineering, and development (RE&D).