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We released our report on the security of the Department's web systems in response to the statutory requirements of the Government Information Security Reform Act.
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
Our review of the Springfield VA, Interchange Project found that project cost estimates have increased by $435.5 million—an increase of 180 percent since June 1994; construction problems have increased costs and could delay project completion; and
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.
The Inspector General testified before the House Transportation Appropriations Subcommittee on Amtrak's FY 2003 budget and passenger rail service issues.
At the President’s direction, we participated in law enforcement sweeps at the nation’s airports, where special agents conducted investigations to find employees who used illegal means to win employment and security badges allowing them access to
The Inspector General testified before the House Transportation Appropriations Subcommittee regarding TSA’s budget. His key points were:
We issued our audit report on the Information Technology Omnibus Procurement Program (ITOP) to the Department and House and Senate Appropriations Committees, in which we found that ITOP has not served DOT's mission as envisioned, is not financiall
Testifying on Amtrak issues before the Senate Commerce Committee, the Inspector General said Amtrak would not meet its mandate to achieve operating self-sufficiency by December 2002.
Note: textual versions of the tables and graphs contained in the written testimony have been appended to this document.