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We publicly released our audit report showing that DOT obtained about $49 million without authorization from U.S. Treasury "miscellaneous receipts" accounts between FY 1998 and 2001.
As required by AIR-21, we reported to Congress on our second annual assessment of the status of FAA’s cost accounting system.
We publicly released our audit report which determined that FAA is not properly administering payment and closeout of cost-reimbursable contracts in accordance with acquisition regulations and guidance.
We released our audit report regarding the user fees that the U.S. Coast Guard charges the public for vessel documentation services.
We publicly released our review of NTSB’s financial management practices and internal controls, noting that the board has made progress since 2001 as follows: NTSB (1) abolished the use of “rapidrafts” and implemented use of Government credit card
We issued our audit report on the Information Technology Omnibus Procurement Program (ITOP) to the Department and House and Senate Appropriations Committees, in which we found that ITOP has not served DOT's mission as envisioned, is not financiall
We issued an unqualified, or “clean,” audit opinion on the Department’s FY 2001 consolidated financial statements, consisting of balance sheet, statement of net cost, statement of changes in net position, statement of budgetary resources, and stat