All Audit Documents
ACQUISITION AND PROCUREMENT: MASTER SERVICES AGREEMENTS ARE NOT STRATEGICALLY MANAGED, AND AWARD AND OVERSIGHT PROCESSES CAN BE IMPROVED
Since fiscal year (FY) 2009, Amtrak (the company) has increased its use of a contracting vehicle called a Master Services Agreement (MSA) from as few as 10 in FY 2009 to at least 76 ongoing in FY 2016.
Tracking Number: OIG-A-2017-006 | 02/22/2017
ACQUISITION AND PROCUREMENT: Improved Management and Oversight of GE Diesel Locomotive Service Contract Could Lead to Savings
Amtrak’s (the company) fleet of 269 General Electric (GE) diesel locomotives power trains on 15 long-distance routes and 26 state-supported routes.
Tracking Number: OIG-A-2017-005 | 02/02/2017
We are initiating an audit of the company’s efforts to ensure the physical security of its passengers, employees, and critical infrastructure.
Tracking Number: 005-2017 | 01/26/2017
GOVERNANCE: Addressing Remaining Shortcomings Would Lead to a Budget Development Process More Fully Aligned with Leading Practices
Since its creation in 1971, Amtrak (the company) has had to rely on federal assistance—$46 billion to date—because passenger revenue and other funding sources do not cover the company’s costs.
Tracking Number: OIG-A-2017-004 | 01/16/2017
Amtrak (the company) contracted with the independent certified public accounting firm of Ernst & Young LLP to audit its consolidated financial statements as of September 30, 2015, and for the year then ended, and to provide a report on interna
Tracking Number: OIG-A-2017-003 | 01/09/2017