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    GOVERNANCE

    Addressing Remaining Shortcomings Would Lead to a Budget Development Process More Fully Aligned with Leading Practices

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    ACQUISITION AND PROCUREMENT

    Adopting Additional Leading Practices to Manage the Baltimore Penn Station Redevelopment Could Help Mitigate Project Risks

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    SEMIANNUAL REPORT #54

    Semiannual report to the US Congress. We trust that you will find this report informative.

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    SAFETY AND SECURITY

    Progress Made in Implementing Positive Train Control, but Additional Actions Needed to Ensure Timely Completion of Remaining Tasks

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    TRAIN OPERATIONS

    Adopting Leading Practices Could Improve Passenger Boarding Experience

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    INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

    Progress Made Installing Video Surveillance Systems, But Coverage and Performance Could Be Improved

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    STAGED CAR COLLISION IN TRAIN ACCIDENT

    The OIG investigation found that in the early morning hours of September 6, 2013, the two men parked a car in the path of an oncoming Amtrak train and got out of the car prior to the collision.

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    Top Management and Performance Challenges

    Fiscal Year 2016 and Beyond

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