All Audit Documents
GOVERNANCE: More Effective Planning and Coordination of Track Outages Would Help Achieve a State of Good Repair
The objective for this report was to assess the effectiveness of the company’s efforts to plan and coordinate track outages.
We are initiating an audit with the objective to assess the company’s progress toward achieving compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). This is an update to reports we issued in 2011 and 2014.
Tracking Number: 017-2020 | 09/09/2020
GOVERNANCE: Early Planning and Oversight Deficiencies Led to Initial Program Failures and Continued Risks to the Moynihan Train Hall Program
The objective for this audit was to assess the effectiveness of the company’s management and oversight of the program, including the extent to which it has identified and mitigated schedule and budget risks.
Tracking Number: OIG-A-2020-014 | 08/17/2020
The objective for this management advisory report was to monitor and assess how the company is using CARES Act funds and the controls it has in place to accurately account for and report on them.
Tracking Number: OIG-MAR-2020-013 | 08/05/2020
We are initiating an audit of the company’s processes for determining its information technology (IT) requirements to meet its business needs.
Tracking Number: 013-2020 | 07/21/2020
We are initiating an audit of Amtrak’s processes for managing cost-sharing on state-supported routes.
Tracking Number: Project Code 015-2020) | 07/16/2020
Amtrak (the company) contracted with the independent public accounting firm of Ernst & Young LLP to audit its consolidated financial statements as of and for the fiscal year then ended, September 30, 2019, and to provide a report on internal c
Tracking Number: OIG-A-2020-011 | 07/01/2020
SAFETY AND SECURITY: Management of the Police Department Has Recently Improved, but Foundational Decisions Are Needed on its Role and Priorities
The objective for this report was to evaluate the extent to which the company employs key practices to ensure the efficiency and effectiveness of its police force.
Tracking Number: OIG-A-2020-012 | 07/01/2020
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: Mobile Device Security Needs to Improve to Better Protect Company Data from Compromise
The Office of Inspector General (OIG) conducted an audit of Amtrak’s (the company) efforts to manage its mobile devices and protect the company data from cybersecurity compromise.
Tracking Number: OIG-A-2020-010 | 05/08/2020
The $2.5 billion Acela 21 program is the largest single investment in Amtrak’s (the company) 49-year history.
Tracking Number: OIG-MAR-2020-009 | 04/24/2020