• Semiannual Report to Congress #61

    (OCTOBER 1, 2019 TO MARCH 31, 2020)

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  • Improved Procurement Practices Could Help Ensure Lowest Prices for Materials and Maximum Savings

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  • More Effective Management of Vehicle Fleet Would Improve Safety and Reduce Costs

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  • Amtrak OIG Investigation Leads to Prison Sentence, $2.68 Million Restitution Payment for Fraudster Who Bilked Millions from Amtrak’s Insurance Plan

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  • Acela 21 Program Continues to Face Significant Risk of Delays, Warranting More Contingency Planning

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  • Addressing Security Weaknesses and Operational Impacts of Amtrak Express is Critical to the Program’s Future

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  • Stronger Controls Would Help Identify Fraudulent Medical Claims Sooner and Limit Losses

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  • Better Management of Reimbursable Projects Could Help the Company Consider Benefits and Recover its Costs

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  • Better Estimates Needed of the Financial Impacts of Poor On-Time Performance

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  • Scheme to Defraud Amtrak Results in Guilty Plea and Forfeiture

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

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  • Top Management and Performance Challenges

    Fiscal Years 2019 and 2020

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