All Audit Documents
ASSET MANAGEMENT: Opportunities Exist to Enhance Decision-Making Process for Utilization of Long-Distance Equipment
Amtrak’s network of 15 long-distance trains is expected to lose almost $615 million in fiscal year 2014.
Tracking Number: OIG-E-2015-001 | 10/23/2014
We are initiating an audit of the company's progress in implementing Positive Train Control (PTC), focusing on challenges identified in our prior report Railroad Safety: Amtrak Has Made Progress in Implementing Positive Train Control, but Sig
Tracking Number: 001-2015 | 10/08/2014
Our objective was to develop information on the extent to which agreement employees reported working 16 or more hours of straight time in a day—and the possible reasons why.
Tracking Number: OIG-MAR-2014-011 | 09/25/2014
TRAIN OPERATIONS AND BUSINESS MANAGEMENT: Addressing Management Weaknesses Is Key to Enhancing the Americans with Disabilities Program
Our reporting objective is to assess the progress toward achieving the ADA program goals and to address the management control issues raised in our previous report.
Tracking Number: OIG-A-2014-010 | 08/03/2014
Management Advisory Report - GOVERNANCE: Injury Claims Trend Data for Fiscal Years 2010 through 2013
Our objective was to analyze personal injury claims data to identify trends and patterns that could be useful in managing the claims process.
Tracking Number: OIG-MAR-2014-008 | 07/16/2014
Our work focused on the Engineering and Mechanical departments, which spent more than 85 percent of capital project funds for FY 2012.
Tracking Number: OIG-A-2014-009 | 07/14/2014
ASSET MANAGEMENT: Amtrak Followed Sound Practices in Developing a Preliminary Business Case for Procuring Next-Generation High-Speed Trainsets and Could Enhance its Final Case with Further Analysis
Our objectives for this report were to determine (1) the extent to which the preliminary business case incorporated sound business practices identified in OIG-E-2013-014 and OIG-E-2013-020 and (2) issues that the acquisition team could address to
Tracking Number: OIG-E-2014-007 | 05/28/2014
Our objectives will be to (1) assess the police department's process for determining the appropriate size and composition of its staff and (2) determine whether the current staffing process could be improved by utilizing best practices.
Tracking Number: 011-2014 | 05/11/2014
The objective of this review was to conduct a comparative analysis of Amtrak’s procurement operations and best practices to determine whether there were opportunities for improvement.
Tracking Number: OIG-A-2014-006 | 05/06/2014
The objective of this audit is to assess the planning, development, and oversight of the Res-NG program focusing on the areas of cost, schedule, and performance.
Tracking Number: 010-2014 | 05/04/2014