Audit Engagement Memo: Amtrak's Implementation of the 2008 Passenger Rail Investment and Improvement Act
This is to inform you, we are starting an audit to assess Amtrak's progress in implementing the 2008 Passenger Rail Investment and Improvement Act (PRIIA) provisions.
Tracking Number: 009-2013 | 04/12/2013
The Office of Inspector General is initiating an audit of equipment purchased under ARRA contracts.
Tracking Number: 005-2013 | 03/08/2013
In August 2012 the Inspector General testified before the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, House of Representatives, about plans for future work in the food and beverage area.
Tracking Number: 018-2012 | 10/11/2012
Amtrak received $1.3 billion under the American RecovelY and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) for infrastructure and security improvements. There was approximately $63 million in change orders on ARRA projects.
Tracking Number: 001-2013 | 10/04/2012
The OIG is initiating an audit of Amtrak's processes for managing its capital programs.
Tracking Number: 011-2012 | 06/27/2012
This is to inform you that our office is initiating an audit and investigation project to assess the effectiveness of controls in Amtrak's various business processes such as Purchase to Payment, Materials Management, Payroll, Health Care, and
Tracking Number: 006-2013 | 06/14/2012
Engagement Memo: Survey of Capabilities, Capacity, and Training of Contracting Agents and Contracting Official’s Technical Representatives
The Amtrak FY2012–2016 Five-Year Financial Plan outlines the company’s strategy for investing in infrastructure and fleet acquisitions to maintain a “state of good repair.” To meet Amtrak’s procurement demands, the Procurement and Materials Manage
Tracking Number: 009-2012 | 04/12/2012