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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.
This report summarizes the results of the review of system security controls over the Department of Transportation (DOT) Enterprise Service Center’s (service center) Delphi Financial Management System.
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.
We reported on NHTSA’s processing of petitions to import vehicles (other than those manufactured for sale in Canada) that were not originally manufactured to comply with Federal safety standards.
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 of Oversight of Highway Rail Grade Crossing Accident Reporting, Investigations, and Safety Regulations
In response to a request from Representative Henry J. Hyde and former Senator Peter G.
On May 13, we issued our report on FAA’s management and oversight of the National Airspace Redesign (NAR) program, which represents Agency efforts to improve the efficiency of the National Airspace System by redesigning the Nation’s airspace.
On Sept. 22, we issued a final report on Financial Reporting Process at FAA’s Enterprise Service Center. FAA has begun consolidating accounting operations from regional offices to the Enterprise Service Center (ESC) in Oklahoma City, OK.
Report on Controller Staffing: Observations on FAA's 10-Year Strategy for the Air Traffic Controller Workforce
On May 26, 2005, we issued our review of FAA’s initial plan to address the expected increases in controller attrition over the next decade.