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On April 30, former FHWA employee, Jacqueline J. Hill-Brown, was ordered by a state court judge in Atlanta, Georgia, to pay $12,723 in restitution for misuse of Federal funds.
On April 13, former FHWA employee Jacqueline J. Hill-Brown was convicted of the theft of $10,681 in Federal funds following a jury trial in state court in Atlanta, Georgia.
On February 13, 2007, Jimmy D. Halcomb of Broadway, North Carolina, was ordered by a U.S.
On July 12, Ronald N. Crews pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in Boston, Massachusetts, to charges of making false statements on airman medical certification forms.
Former Boston Maine Airways Corporation Official Pleads Guilty to Falsifying Financial Documents in 2005 Filings to DOT
On April 17, John Nadolny, of Rye, New Hampshire, the former general counsel and senior vice president of Boston Maine Airways Corporation (BMAC), Portsmouth, New Hampshire, pleaded guilty in U.S.
FAA Needs to Improve ASDE-X Management Controls to Address Cost Growth, Schedule Delays, and Safety Risks
On October 31, 2007, we issued our audit of Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) Airport Surface Detection Equipment-Model X (ASDE-X) program.
On June 1, Vincent Milo was ordered by a U.S.
On September 25, we issued our final audit report on Actions Needed To Minimize Long, On-Board Delays, in response to Secretary Peters' request to examine long, on-board delays.
Ohio Construction Company Owner Sentenced and Ordered to Pay Over $1 million in Fines and Restitution
On August 23, 2007, Michael Lignos, co-owner of LM Lignos Enterprises, a Cleveland, Ohio, painting company was sentenced in U.S.
On September 13, we issued our final report on controls over the Delphi Financial Management System operations.