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On December 15, we issued our audit of FAA's oversight of air carriers' use of non-certificated repair facilities. This audit was requested by Rep. James Oberstar, Ranking Minority on the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.
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On November 17, the Inspector General testified before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation regarding FAA’s oversight and changes in the airline industry.
On June 3, we issued our report on FAA’s oversight of the changes network air carriers are making in response to financial challenges and FAA’s oversight of the growth of low cost air carriers.
FAA Has Opportunities To Reduce Academy Training Time and Costs by Increasing Educational Requirements for Newly Hired Air Traffic Controllers
On December 7, 2005, we issued our final report on our audit of FAA’s training process for newly hired air traffic controllers.
On September 30, we issued our final report on cost sharing arrangements for the airfield on Midway Atoll. FAA is responsible for ensuring the continued operation of Midway Island’s airfield, which is owned by the Department of the Interior.
On June 30, we issued the seventh in a series of periodic updates to our aviation industry performance report.
Letter to Representative Oberstar regarding FAA actions on air carriers' use of aircraft repair stations
On July 27, we issued a letter on the results of our review of FAA’s progress in implementing recommendations from our July 2003 audit report on air carriers’ use of repair stations.
Outlook for Aviation Delays in the Summer of 2005 and Actions Needed to Mitigate Congestion in the Short- and Long-term
On May 26, the Inspector General testified before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, Aviation Subcommittee, on the status of aviation congestion and delays.
We issued a final report on our audit of inactive obligations at the FAA. More aggressive corrective action is required to strengthen FAA’s funds management of inactive obligations.