All Audit Documents
TRAIN OPERATIONS: Acela 21 Program Continues to Face Significant Risk of Delays, Warranting More Contingency Planning
The objective for this report was to identify current risks to launching revenue service of Amtrak’s $2.1 billion Acela 21 program on schedule and reassess the company’s oversight of the program.
Tracking Number: OIG-A-2020-004 | 01/21/2020
This report assesses the effectiveness of the company’s controls to mitigate the risk of fraud in its payments to non hospital facilities.
Tracking Number: OIG-A-2020-003 | 12/10/2019
Engagement Memo—Audit of the Company’s Management of the Moynihan Train Hall Program (Project code 004‐2020)
We are initiating an audit of Amtrak’s Moynihan Train Hall Program, a key component of the company’s effort to transform the former Farley Post Office into Amtrak’s new passenger headhouse and flagship location in New York City.
Tracking Number: 004‐2020 | 12/09/2019
We are initiating an audit of potential opioid misuse in the company’s workforce.
Tracking Number: 003‐2020 | 12/04/2019
We are initiating an audit of the Engineering department’s management of maintenance-of-way resources during track outages.
Tracking Number: 001-2020 | 11/01/2019
We are initiating an audit of Amtrak’s (the company’s) procurement and vendor payment practices.
Tracking Number: 002-2020 | 11/01/2019
GOVERNANCE: Better Management of Reimbursable Projects Could Help the Company Consider Benefits and Recover its Costs
This report assesses the extent to which the company effectively manages reimbursable projects, including its use of controls to help it recover its costs.
Tracking Number: OIG-A-2020-002 | 10/23/2019
The objective of this Congressionally mandated report was to identify potential cost savings or revenue improvements associated with improved on-time performance (OTP).
Tracking Number: OIG-A-2020-001 | 10/14/2019
GOVERNANCE: Improving Controls Over the Use of Procurement Cards Could Better Ensure Compliance and Limit Potential Misuse
This report assesses the effectiveness of the company’s internal controls over the use of procurement cards.
Tracking Number: OIG-A-2019-013 | 09/30/2019
Our objective is to assess the extent to which the company has identified and mitigated potential risks to successfully completing the program. We may expand our scope or modify our objective during the audit.
Tracking Number: 013‐2019 | 09/11/2019