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We issued an audit report regarding potential misuse of airport funds by Tulsa International Airport. We found the airport entered into an agreement that may require it to purchase property used as collateral in a loan to Great Plains Airlines.
We initiated an audit of FAA’s oversight of noncertificated aircraft repair facilities at the request of Representative James Oberstar, who expressed concern that U.S.
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.
As required by law, we audited the status of FAA’s its cost-accounting and labor-distribution systems as of December 31, 2003.
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.
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.
Audit Initiated of FAA’s Oversight of Aircraft Manufacturers’ Quality-Assurance Systems for Suppliers
We began an audit of FAA’s oversight of aircraft manufacturers’ quality-assurance systems for domestic and foreign suppliers, where we will evaluate how FAA has responded to the increased use of foreign suppliers by U.S.
We issued our final report on the Volpe National Transportation Systems Center's project management controls and whether such controls are adequate to ensure cost effective services.
We issued an audit report on DOT’s progress in managing its rulemaking process and meeting its deadlines. The audit follows up on our March 2004 report, requested by Representative James L.