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We issued our final report on FAA’s oversight of regionally issued contracts based on our review of 45 randomly selected contracts worth $29.1 million at three regional offices.
Ronald Hatch, an FAA Air Traffic Controller at Logan International Airport was found guilty following a trial in U.S. District Court in Boston of charges of making false statements on his Airmen Medical Certification.
As required by law, we audited the status of FAA’s its cost-accounting and labor-distribution systems as of December 31, 2003.
California Man Fined $197,384, Draws Prison Term for Defrauding FAA and Social Security Administration
David F. Slavens of Auburn, CA, was ordered by a U.S.
Alfred Speckman was sentenced by a U.S. District Court judge in Wilmington, DE to 78 months incarceration after being convicted of three counts of mail fraud for selling leased aircraft without the owners’ consent and keeping the proceeds.
Felicia Settles of Washington, DC was sentenced in U.S. District Court, Greenbelt, MD, to one year imprisonment and ordered to pay $82,000 in restitution following her guilty plea on June 14 to forging and trafficking identity cards.
Jose F. Guasch received a 13-month prison term from a U.S. District Court judge in Ocala, FL, for making and using forged documents to get a job as a flight instructor.
Opportunities To Improve FAA's Process for Placing and Training Air Traffic Controllers in Light of Pending Retirements
We issued our report on FAA's strategy for replacing the significant number of air traffic controllers expected to retire over the next five years.
The Inspector General attended the China/United States Aviation Symposium in Beijing, April 2-9, where he spoke about the condition of the U.S.
Lance Zane Ricotta, was sentenced in U.S. District Court in San Diego to one month in prison, three months home detention, three years supervised release, and $185,000 in restitution for falsifying aircraft engine logbooks.