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On March 19, the Office of Inspector General issued its report to Congress on the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) process for reviewing field inspection data collected through its Air Transportation Oversight System (ATOS). This report is
We sent a letter response to Rep.
On August 17, we responded to Congressman Issa's request to report on DOT's policies and guidance on the use of American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) signage. We found that two of five DOT Operating Administrations (OAs) receiving ARRA fu
Letter to Representative Martin Meehan concerning the Massachusetts Highway Department’s denial of sound barriers for households in Chelmsford, Massachusetts.
We issued a letter to Representative Meehan responding to allegations raised about the denial of sound barriers by the Massachusetts Highway Department for selected households affected by the Route 3 North Expansion Project in Chelmsford, Massachu
Letter to Chairman Issa, Chairman Mica and Ranking Member Grassley Regarding our Review of the Departure of Former Amtrak Inspector General Fred Weiderhold
On March 23, we issued a letter concerning our review of the departure of Mr. Fred Weiderhold, Amtrak's former Inspector General.
Quarterly Report on Amtrak’s FY 2009 Operational Reforms Savings and Financial Performance and Five–Year Financial Plan Review
On November 19, as mandated by the FY 2009 Consolidated Appropriations Act, we issued our quarterly report to the House and Senate Appropriations Committees on Amtrak’s savings from operational reforms and year–to–date financial performance.
In a letter dated January 31, 2008, Senator Tom Coburn–Ranking Member of the Senate Subcommittee on Federal Financial Management, Government Information, Federal Services, and International Security–requested that we review the San Francisco city
On March 22, we responded to a request from Senator Barbara Boxer regarding runway incidents at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).
Letter to the Idaho Congressional Delegation Regarding the Review of FAA’s Business Case for Moving Terminal Radar Approach Control Services from Boise, Idaho to Salt Lake City, Utah
On June 30, 2010, we issued our response to the Idaho Congressional Delegation, which requested that we review FAA’s business case for moving terminal radar approach control (TRACON) services from Boise to Salt Lake City. Senators Crapo and Risch