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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.
We plan to publicly release our annual report on DOT’s information security program. We found that the quality of security certification reviews improved during FY 2005.
On August 23, we issued our final report on NTSB’s Purchase Card Program. We found that NTSB’s internal controls over Government purchase card use have improved appreciably when compared with the board’s previous purchasing system.
Our review identified that NTSB had made little progress enhancing its information security program during FY 2005.
Follow-up Audit of the Implementation of the North American Free Trade Agreement’s Cross-Border Trucking Provisions
Our audit found that FMCSA has sufficient staff, facilities, equipment, and procedures in place to substantially meet the eight Section 350 provisions in the FY 2002 Transportation and Related Agencies Appropriations Act subject to OIG review.
On November 15, we issued our report on the consolidated financial statements of the Department for fiscal years 2005 and 2004.
On July 22, we issued a report on cutting costs in Amtrak’s long-distance service without eliminating any routes, frequencies, or station stops.
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.
As directed by Congress, we issued our final report on the Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) FY 2005 budget request.
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.