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Interim Report on Award-Fee Criteria for FAA's System Engineering and Technical Assistance II (SETA-II) Contract
On October 7, 2008, we issued an interim report regarding FAA’s System Engineering and Technical Assistance II Contract as part of our ongoing audit of the Use of Cost–Plus–Award–Fee (CPAF) contracts within the Department.
We issued our final report on FAA’s oversight of regionally issued contracts based on our review of 45 randomly selected contracts worth $29.1 million at three regional offices.
FAA and Industry Are Taking Action To Address Pilot Fatigue, But More Information On Pilot Commuting Is Needed
On September 12, 2011, we issued a report on Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and industry efforts to address and enforce Federal regulations for flight crew rest requirements and fatigue issues.
Further Delays in Implementing Occupational Safety and Health Standards for Flight Attendants Are Likely
FAA has had authority since 1975 for occupational safety and health standards of crew aboard aircraft.
On April 6, 2000, at a hearing before the Subcommittee on Aviation, Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, U.S. Senate, we provided testimony on aviation security.
One of the Department of Transportation’s (DOT) five strategic goals is National Security. Likewise, FAA has as a strategic goal the prevention of security incidents in the aviation system.
FAA Faces Significant Risks in Implementing the Automatic Dependent Surveillance–Broadcast Program and Realizing Benefits
On October 12, 2010, we issued our report on the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) program. ADS-B is a satellite-based surveillance technology that FAA expects will fundamentally change the
Automated Flight Service Stations: Significant Benefits Could be Realized by Consolidating AFSS Sites in Conjunction with Deployment of OASIS
This report summarizes the results of our audit on the deployment of the Operational and Supportability Implementation System (OASIS).
This report presents our initial assessment of FAA’s plan to replace its telecommunications systems, known as the FAA Telecommunication Infrastructure Project (FTI).