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Elik Burshstein, a dispatcher and maintenance worker for Petroleum Asset Management Corporation (PAMC) of West Islip, NY, was sentenced in U.S.
We publicly released our audit of FAA’s strategy for terminal automation modernization through the Standard Terminal Automation Replacement System (STARS).
Our audit found an 11 percent reduction in the number of operational errors and 17 percent fewer runway incursions in FY 2002 than FY 2001.
Hydroform USA, Inc., Carson, CA, a large manufacturer of aluminum alloy parts for military, aerospace, and commercial aircraft, along with its subsidiary Temperform USA, LLC, La Mirada, CA, and three managers were charged in U.S.
House Majority Whip Roy Blunt released an OIG report concerning the alleged harassment of Joseph Brinell by officials of FAA's Kansas City Flight Standards District Office (FSDO).
Emery Worldwide Airlines Agrees to Pay $6 Million Penalty for Criminal Hazmat Transportation Violations
Emery Worldwide Airlines, Inc., today pleaded guilty to 12 felony counts for willfully violating the Hazardous Material Transportation Act and agreed to pay a $6 million criminal penalty.
We publicly released our annual report on DOT’s top management challenges for 2003.
Maria de los Santos was sentenced by a U.S. District Court judge in Chicago, IL, to 12 months in jail and a $30,000 fine for her involvement in an identification fraud scheme.
We found that the October 2002 finance plan for the Central Artery/Tunnel Project fairly represents the project’s costs and identifies adequate funding to cover them.
Amanullah Khan of Brea, CA, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in Anaheim, CA, during the third day of his criminal trial to 12 counts of conspiracy and fraud in selling substandard aircraft parts.