• Improved Inventory Practices Could Help the Company Better Manage its Maintenance-of-Way and Rolling Stock Equipment

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  • Rightsizing Workforce and Using It More Flexibly Could Reduce Costs at Preventative Maintenance Facilities

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  • Physical Security Vulnerabilities at Washington Union Station and Ivy City Yard

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  • Amtrak OIG-led investigation leads to fraud charges against Chicago chiropractor

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  • Semiannual Report to Congress #59

    (October 1, 2018 to March 31, 2019)

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  • Amtrak OIG investigation leads to $466,500 civil settlement in bid rigging case

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  • Improving Management Processes Could Reduce Costs and Generate Additional Revenues

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  • Opportunities to Improve the Effectiveness of Controls for Detecting Drug- and Alcohol-Related Issues of Employees in Safety-Sensitive Positions

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  • Weaknesses in Contract Oversight Pose Financial, Operational, and Legal Risks

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  • AMTRAK CONTRACTING OFFICER SENTENCED IN $7.6M CONTRACT STEERING SCHEME

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  • Opportunities Exist to Improve Private Railcar Management and Business Practices

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  • Opportunities to Reduce the Cost of Servicing and Inspecting Trainsets

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  • Top Management and Performance Challenges

    Fiscal Years 2019 and 2020

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