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This follow-up audit of the Tren Urbano Rail Transit Project in San Juan, Puerto Rico will assess the: (1) reliability of the project’s current cost and schedule estimate; (2) reasonableness of the Puerto Rico Highway and Transportation Authority’
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
The Inspector General testified at a joint hearing of the Senate Commerce Subcommittee on Surface Transportation and the Senate Transportation Appropriations Subcommittee regarding FMCSA’s implementation of safety requirements in preparation for o
On January 3, 2002, we issued our final report on NHTSA’s Office of Defects Investigation (ODI).
We publicly released our review of NTSB’s financial management practices and internal controls, noting that the board has made progress since 2001 as follows: NTSB (1) abolished the use of “rapidrafts” and implemented use of Government credit card
We released our fourth annual assessment of Amtrak’s financial status, a periodic review mandated by Congress in 1997 as part of the same law that requires Amtrak to become operationally self-sufficient by December 2, 2002. We found that:
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.
Deputy Assistant IG for Competition, Economic, Rail, & Special Programs Mark Dayton testified before the House Transportation on Highways and Transit Subcommittee regarding reauthorization of the pipeline safety program.
The IG testified before the House Committee on Energy and Commerce Subcommittee concerning progress made and challenges remaining as NHTSA implements the TREAD Act.