All Audit Documents
Quality Control Review: Independent Audit of Amtrak’s Consolidated Financial Statements for Fiscal Years Ended 2013 and 2012
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, 2013 and 2012, and for the years then ended, and to provide a report
Tracking Number: OIG-A-2015-003 | 01/12/2015
Our objective is to review the reliability and accuracy of the company's reporting of host railroad on-time performance information.
Tracking Number: 002-2015 | 01/11/2015
Our objective is to evaluate the adequacy of the company's management and oversight of its construction and specialized equipment and vehicles.
Tracking Number: 004-2015 | 12/21/2014
Our objective for this report is to provide an updated assessment on progress and risk on the two Gateway Program tunnel projects.
Tracking Number: OIG-A-2015-002 | 12/18/2014
Engagement Memo - Assessing the Efficiency and Effectiveness of Management Processes for Overseeing the Siemens Locomotive Technical Support Contract
The objective of this audit will be 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 rates.
Tracking Number: 005-2015 | 11/30/2014
The objective of our audit will be to review the extent to which best practices are being adopted into the project management office's structure, as well as operation policies and practices.
Tracking Number: 006-2015 | 11/30/2014
ASSET MANAGEMENT: Opportunities Exist to Enhance Decision-Making Process for Utilization of Long-Distance Equipment
Amtrak’s network of 15 long-distance trains is expected to lose almost $615 million in fiscal year 2014.
Tracking Number: OIG-E-2015-001 | 10/23/2014
We are initiating an audit of the company's progress in implementing Positive Train Control (PTC), focusing on challenges identified in our prior report Railroad Safety: Amtrak Has Made Progress in Implementing Positive Train Control, but Sig
Tracking Number: 001-2015 | 10/08/2014
Our objective was to develop information on the extent to which agreement employees reported working 16 or more hours of straight time in a day—and the possible reasons why.
Tracking Number: OIG-MAR-2014-011 | 09/25/2014
TRAIN OPERATIONS AND BUSINESS MANAGEMENT: Addressing Management Weaknesses Is Key to Enhancing the Americans with Disabilities Program
Our reporting objective is to assess the progress toward achieving the ADA program goals and to address the management control issues raised in our previous report.
Tracking Number: OIG-A-2014-010 | 08/03/2014