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Second Manager for Michigan Aircraft Parts Manufacturing Company Pleads Guilty in Case Involving Nonconforming Parts for Military Aircraft
On July 25, Barbara McCoy, a former quality assurance manager for Anco-Tech, Inc. (ANCO), Dearborn Heights, MI, pled guilty in U.S.
The Assistant Inspector General for Financial and Technology Audits, Ted Alves, testified before the House Government Reform Committee regarding the Department’s compliance with the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA).
On November 15, we issued our report on the consolidated financial statements of the Department for fiscal years 2005 and 2004.
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.
Virginia Fire Safety Company, Owner, and Manager Plead Guilty to Hazardous Materials (HazMat) Violations
On July 26, Fire Safety Products, Inc. (FSPI), Christiansburg, VA; its vice-president, Gilbert Lee Maxwell; and office manager, Allen Jay Dickerson, pled guilty in U.S.
On July 22, we issued a report on cutting costs in Amtrak’s long-distance service without eliminating any routes, frequencies, or station stops.
Manager of Michigan Aircraft Parts Manufacturing Company Pleads Guilty in Case Involving Nonconforming Parts for Military Aircraft
On June 27, Elaine Slomsky of Livonia, MI, a former Quality Assurance Manager for Anco–Tech, Inc. (ANCO), Dearborn Heights, MI, pled guilty in U. S.
On November 30, Fire Safety Products, Inc. (FSPI), Christiansburg, VA was ordered to pay $62,500 in fines and restitution by a U.S.
During the week of June 27, two former employees of Triad International Maintenance Corporation (TIMCO) were sentenced in U. S. District Court in Greensboro, NC on charges related to immigration document falsification.
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.