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We issued an unqualified, or “clean,” audit opinion on the Department’s FY 2001 consolidated financial statements, consisting of balance sheet, statement of net cost, statement of changes in net position, statement of budgetary resources, and stat
We publicly released our review of the status, cost, and completion schedule of the Hiawatha Corridor Light Rail Transit Project in Minneapolis, MN. We found that:
Two Pipeline Companies and Three Employees Enter Pleas in Criminal Case Arising from June 1999 Gasoline Pipeline Rupture in Bellingham, WA
In the largest criminal and civil settlement ever obtained in a pipeline rupture case, Olympic Pipeline Company agree to pay $11 million to resolve criminal charges arising from rupture of a petroleum pipeline and subsequent gasoline explosion in
The Inspector General testified before the Senate Commerce Subcommittee on Oceans and Fisheries that FY 2003 is a critical year for the Coast Guard as it adjusts its missions in the wake of 9/11 and engages in the most expensive acquisition in its
Carnival Cruise Lines agreed to pay an $18 million fine after pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in Miami, FL, to 6 felony counts for lying about illegally discharging oily bilge wastes into waters off Florida and the Caribbean.
We issued our audit of Coast Guard’s inventory management of spare and repair parts of cutters and small boats.
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 during a hearing of the House Committee on Government Reform in Atlanta, GA, regarding TSA’s progress in implementing the Aviation and Transportation Security Act.