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On June 27, a U.S. District Court judge in Los Angeles, CA sentenced Aaron Matthew Davis of Los Angeles to five years probation and 500 hours of community service for illegally transporting 4,350 pounds of explosive fireworks without 7
Connecticut Concrete Manufacturer Ordered to Pay $500,000 for Falsely Certifying that Products Used on a Major Highway Project Met Contract Specifications
On August 23, United Concrete Products, Inc. (UCPI) of Wallingford, CT was sentenced in U.S.
Kevin J. O’Connor, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, announced that UNITED CONCRETE PRODUCTS, INC. of Wallingford, Connecticut, was sentenced today by United States District Judge Stefan R. Underhill in Bridgeport.
We advised the Federal Highway Administrator that we do not have a credible basis on which to conclude that project costs, schedule and funding including in the finance plan are reasonable until it is determined how many leaks there are in the Pro
Financial Policies and Procedures at the George Washington University National Crash Analysis Center
On September 30, we issued our final report on George Washington University’s (GWU) and FHWA’s corrective actions taken as a result of financial misconduct that occurred at its National Crash Analysis Center.
Audit Initiated of Opportunities for FHWA to Free Up Unneeded Funds in States Affected by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita
On November 30, we initiated an audit to assist FHWA and five Gulf Coast states by identifying funds dedicated to congressionally-directed highway projects that are no longer needed.
We issued a management advisory to the Department recommending improvements in DOT’s oversight of hurricane relief funds.
Report on FHWA’s Need to Capture Aggregate Cost and Schedule Data to Improve Its Oversight of Federal-aid Funds
We issued a final report on project data shortfalls in FHWA’s Financial Management Information System (FMIS) that impact FHWA’s ability to perform adequate oversight of more than $30 billion in annual grant payments.
On April 22, the Inspector General testified before the House Committee on Government Reform at a field hearing in Boston, MA on the Central Artery/Tunnel project.