All Audit Documents
Our primary objective was to identify the customers Amtrak could potentially invoice for retroactive wage increase expenses; and, to calculate and summarize by customer the amount Amtrak may be entitled to invoice each customer.
Tracking Number: 207-2008 | 06/17/2009
The objective ofthis audit was to determine whether the cost or pricing data submitted by [REDACTED] in support of the grouting program was accurate, complete, and current.
Tracking Number: 308-2007 | 06/03/2009
Our audit objective was to determine if the cost or pricing data submitted by [REDACTED] in support of the modification cost was accurate, complete, and current.
Tracking Number: 302-2009 | 06/02/2009
In November 2007, the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) initiated a company-wide evaluation of how Amtrak manages its human capital (HC).
Tracking Number: E-09-03 | 05/14/2009
The objective of this study was to provide Amtrak with a tool to assess the economic benefits of investing in initiatives to improve the reliability of equipment.
Tracking Number: E-09-02 | 03/24/2009
Amtrak’s OIG is in the process of completing an evaluation that compares Amtrak’s infrastructure maintenance expenses to that of a sample of European Rail Passenger Systems.
Tracking Number: E-09-01 | 03/23/2009
This OIG evaluation focused on how well the Operation RedBlock (ORB) program was performing in achieving results and meeting goals.
Tracking Number: ESFY08 | 09/29/2008
Between the period June through October 2006, Amtrak did not produce and/or distribute the support documentation needed to invoice all of the labor expenses recorded in Amtrak's Financial Information System (FIS).
Tracking Number: ASFY08 | 09/29/2008
There have been numerous claims made about the relative financial performance of European Passenger Train Operations and the amount of Public Funding they require to remain operationally viable.
Tracking Number: E-08-02 | 04/21/2008