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As required by AIR-21, we reported to Congress on our first annual assessment of the status of FAA’s cost accounting system. FAA has made progress in developing its cost accounting system.
At the request of Senator Richard Shelby, ranking minority member of the Senate Appropriations Transportation & Related Agencies Subcommittee, we evaluated the oversight of subcontract tower operations by FAA and its primary contractor to ensu
We found DOT was not properly administering closeout and payment of cost-reimbursable contracts.
Congressional concern over increasing complaints in air travel soared following the January 1999 incident at the Detroit airport in which hundreds of passengers were stuck in planes on snowbound runways for up to 8 hours.
This audit found FAA is making good progress toward implementing a labor distribution system in its Air Traffic Services line of business by its September 30, 2002, target.
This report sets out our recommendations from testimony before the of the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Transportation and Related Agencies regarding the status of our actions, and those of DOT and FAA to reduce flight delays and cancellati
In our opinion, except for depreciation expense ($751 million) and net book value of property ($11.5 billion), the FAA balance sheet, statement of net cost, statement of changes in net position, statement of budgetary resources, and statement of f