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Our objectives were to (1) identify leading practices for passenger boarding, (2) evaluate the extent to which the company’s passenger boarding procedures at its 20 busiest stations followed these leading practices, and (3) identify other factors
Tracking Number: OIG-A-2016-011 | 09/06/2016
Our objective for this report was to assess the outcome of the company’s efforts to install an integrated and effective national VSS network.
Tracking Number: OIG-A-2016-010 | 08/08/2016
GOVERNANCE: Controls to Avoid Duplicate Medical Payments of Agreement Employees Appear Generally Effective, but Some Payment Errors Still Occur
Amtrak’s (the company) group medical plan is self-insured and pays its healthcare costs directly from the company’s operating budget.
Tracking Number: OIG-A-2016-009 | 07/14/2016
This is to inform you that we are initiating a review to monitor Amtrak’s (the Company’s) activities associated with the Gateway Program.
Tracking Number: 015-2016 | 07/12/2016
ACQUISITION AND PROCUREMENT: Adequate Competition for Most Contracts Awarded Under Americans with Disabilities Act Program but Procurement Policies Could be Improved
The Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act1 or the FAST Act included a requirement that we determine whether current expenditures or procurements involving Amtrak’s (the company) fulfillment of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 199
Tracking Number: OIG-A-2016-008 | 06/07/2016