All Audit Documents
Our audit objective is to assess the company’s progress addressing the challenges we noted in our interim report.
Tracking Number: 016-2015 | 07/16/2015
At the request of the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs we are initiating work on the company’s process for responding to Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests.
Tracking Number: 015-2015 | 07/12/2015
SAFETY AND SECURITY: Progress Made Implementing Positive Train Control, but Significant Challenges Remain
Our reporting objective is to provide a point in time assessment of the company’s progress implementing its FRA-approved plan, with a specific emphasis on the Northeast Corridor (NEC).
Tracking Number: OIG-A-2015-013 | 06/18/2015
ACQUISITION AND PROCUREMENT: NEW JERSEY HIGH-SPEED RAIL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM HAS COST AND SCHEDULE RISKS
This report provides the results of our audit of the New Jersey High-Speed Rail Improvement Program (the program).
Tracking Number: OIG-A-2015-012 | 06/17/2015
Our reporting objective was to analyze timesheet data to identify trends and patterns that could be useful in detecting fraud, waste, and abuse.
Tracking Number: OIG-MAR-2015-011 | 06/17/2015
We are initiating a project to update our September 2014 report, Amtrak: Top Management and Performance Challenges.
Tracking Number: 008-2015 | 05/18/2015
Information Technology: Reservation System Infrastructure Updated, but Future System Sustainability Remains an Issue
Our audit objective was to determine to what extent the Res-NG program met its objective of modernizing the company’s reservation system.
Tracking Number: OIG-A-2015-010 | 05/18/2015
Assessing the Effectiveness and Efficiency of Management Processes for Overseeing the General Electric Diesel Locomotive Service Contract
Our objective is to review the adequacy of contract oversight and administration, focusing on cost, schedule, and performance in terms of the contract’s effect on equipment availability and reliability.
Tracking Number: 014-2015 | 05/13/2015
Our objective is to determine whether the company’s third-party health care administrators are paying only (1) medical and prescription claims for eligible agreement-covered employees, dependents, and retirees and (2) claims that are properly coor
Tracking Number: 013-2015 | 04/15/2015
Assessing the Efficiency and Effectiveness of Management Processes for the Operations Foundation Program
We are initiating an audit of the Operations Foundation Program from our Annual Audit Plan. The Operations department manages this multi-year program and estimates that it will cost about $427 million.
Tracking Number: 010-2015 | 04/13/2015