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We publicly released our audit report on Air Carriers’ Use of Aircraft Repair Stations. We found that airlines are increasingly outsourcing maintenance to repair stations.
Our audit stemmed from a Hotline complaint alleging FAA had improperly deobligated FY 2001 funds for the Integrated Computing Environment Mainframe and Network (ICE-MAN) contracts to avoid detection of an Antideficiency Act violation.
We publicly released our audit of FAA’s strategy for terminal automation modernization through the Standard Terminal Automation Replacement System (STARS).
Our audit found an 11 percent reduction in the number of operational errors and 17 percent fewer runway incursions in FY 2002 than FY 2001.
FAA’s Management of Memorandums of Understanding with the National Air Traffic Controllers Association
We issued an audit report on FAA’s management and controls over national, regional, and local memorandums of understanding (MOUs) with the National Air Traffic Controllers Association (NATCA).
We issued a status report on the Operational Evolution Plan (OEP), FAA's blueprint for enhancing National Airspace capacity over the next decade. The report, prepared at the request of Rep. Don Young, Chairman, and Rep.
We issued our review of FAA's actions to inform Congress and the public about the Yardley/Robbinsville (NJ) “Flip-Flop.” The review was undertaken at the request of Rep. Mike Ferguson, and we submitted our letter response to him on May 16.
Our audit of TSA’s oversight of its security-screener contracts found that, based on their hourly rates, six of 13 large contractors charged TSA about $305 million more for passenger-screening services than they previously charged air carriers for
Safety, Cost, and Operational Metrics of the Federal Aviation Administration's Visual Flight Rule Towers
We issued a report on the metrics of FAA’s visual flight rule (VFR) towers.