All Audit Documents
PASSENGER RAIL INVESTMENT AND IMPROVEMENT ACT OF 2008: Accomplishments and Requirements that Deserve Consideration for Future Authorizing Legislation
Our reporting objectives were to provide an assessment of (1) the corporation’s progress implementing Amtrak-assigned PRIIA provisions by comparing the provision’s requirements to the progress it has made to address them, and (2) the areas that pr
Tracking Number: OIG-A-2014-003 | 01/08/2014
The Office of Inspector General is initiating an evaluation of Amtrak’s Safe-2-Safer program.
Tracking Number: 001-2014 | 11/04/2013
Our reporting objective is to assess actions taken by Amtrak to reduce operating losses from the food and beverage service, and also to determine whether opportunities exist to improve financial performance while providing services to the travelli
Tracking Number: OIG-A-2014-001 | 10/31/2013
The Office of Inspector General is initiating an evaluation of the company’s business case for procuring next-generation high-speed rail trainsets.
Tracking Number: 002-2014 | 10/30/2013
ASSET MANAGEMENT: Amtrak is Preparing to Operate and Maintain New Locomotives, but Several Risks to Fully Achieving Intended Benefits Exist
This report provides the results of our evaluation of Amtrak’s efforts to commission its new fleet of ACS‐64 electric locomotives.
Tracking Number: OIG-E-2013-021 | 09/26/2013
CORPORATE GOVERNANCE: Planned Changes Should Improve Amtrak’s Capital Planning Process, and Further Adoption of Sound Business Practices Will Help Optimize the Use of Limited Capital Funds
This report discusses the extent to which the capital planning process reflects sound business practices in (1) developing project proposals, (2) selecting capital projects to fund, and (3) evaluating project outcomes.
Tracking Number: OIG-E-2013-020 | 09/26/2013
Our objective was to test employee compliance with existing PCard controls and to identify control weaknesses.
Tracking Number: OIG-A-2013-019 | 09/25/2013
Our objective was to determine whether the Finance department was paying duplicate invoices and to assess the effectiveness of its internal controls to detect duplicate invoices and avoid unnecessary payments.
Tracking Number: OIG-A-2013-018 | 09/19/2013
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act: Amtrak Has Taken Positive Steps to Safeguard Funds Used For Concrete Tie Replacement Program
This report discusses Amtrak’s efforts to safeguard the use of ARRA funds in its concrete tie replacement program, focusing on its oversight of the production of replacement ties by Rocla.
Tracking Number: OIG-E-2013-017 | 09/18/2013
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act: Opportunities Exist to Recover Funds and Reduce Future Costs by Improving Procurement Polices
The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) authorized the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) to provide Amtrak a grant of $1.3 billion.
Tracking Number: OIG-A-2013-016 | 07/28/2013