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DOT Continues to Make Progress, but the Department’s Information Security Posture Is Still Not Effective
This report presents the results of our annual audit of DOT’s information security program and practices required by the Federal Information Security Management Act of 2002 (FISMA), as amended.
Improvements Needed in DOT’s Process for Identifying Unfair or Deceptive Practices in Airline Frequent Flyer Programs
Designed to promote travel and secure customer loyalty, frequent flyer programs are extremely popular, with approximately 630 million participants worldwide and more than 300 million members enrolled in U.S.-based programs.
DOT’s Conference Spending Policies Reflect Federal Requirements, but Ineffective Controls Do Not Ensure Compliance
In recent years the President and the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) have issued guidance, and the Congress has enacted legislation to promote efficient spending and curb conference-related costs in the Federal Government.
Quality Control Review of the Department of Transportation’s Audited Consolidated Financial Statements for Fiscal Years 2016 and 2015
This report presents the results of our quality control review (QCR) of the Department of Transportation’s (DOT) audited consolidated financial statements for fiscal years 2016 and 2015.
This report presents the results of our quality control review (QCR) of KPMG LLP’s audit of DOT’s Closing Package Financial Statements for fiscal year 2016, under contract to the Office of Inspector General.
In July 2010, President Obama signed the Improper Payments Elimination and Recovery Act (IPERA) to encourage the elimination of payment errors, waste, fraud, and abuse in Federal programs.
An effective response to cyber incidents minimizes disruptions to information systems and data losses.
Information security is a top priority for the Department of Transportation (DOT) and other Federal agencies and requires accurate and accountable application of classification standards.
This report presents the results of our audit of the security controls for the John A. Volpe Center’s (Volpe) information technology infrastructure.
Multiple DOT Operating Administrations Lack Effective Information System Disaster Recovery Plans and Exercises
The Department of Transportation (DOT) relies on more than 450 information systems, many of which provide fundamental capabilities for keeping the Nation’s transportation system safe and operational.