All Audit Documents
Our objective was to assess the inherent risks associated with a number of key Engineering projects and evaluate the risk mitigation tactics that were to be used in the management of high-risk items.
Tracking Number: 912-2010 | 05/19/2010
Our audit objectives were to verify the compliance of CSX claims for on-time performance incentives with the agreements (Appendix V-Performance Payments and Penalties) and to evaluate the adequacy of Amtrak management’s oversight and controls of m
Tracking Number: 406-2005 | 03/30/2010
Our objectives were to determine whether open purchase orders (POs) for R&R parts are closed on a timely basis and if internal controls for the R&R process including warranty repairs are effective.
Tracking Number: 104-2008 | 03/23/2010
Our objectives were to determine whether only eligible dependents of Amtrak employees are receiving health and welfare benefits and if adequate internal controls are in place to ensure accuracy and to detect and prevent unnecessary expenditures by
Tracking Number: 103-2009 | 10/28/2009
In May 2009, the Amtrak Office of Inspector General (OIG) issued Evaluation Report E-09-03, “Human Capital Management”. That report was the result of a year and a half effort evaluating Amtrak’s human capital management practices.
Tracking Number: E-09-06 | 10/25/2009
The Office of Inspector General has completed a review of the Route 128 Station Ticket Office. Our objectives were to: (i) determine compliance with daily station accounting procedures;
Tracking Number: 305-2009 | 10/15/2009
The audit objective was to determine that costs submitted by MR were in accordance with contractual terms and supported by detailed books and records.
Tracking Number: 307-2007 | 10/04/2009
The OIG conducted an audit to determine whether Amtrak billed New Jersey Transit (NJT) in accordance with the Maintenance of Equipment Services Agreement.
Tracking Number: ASFY09 | 09/29/2009
The objective of this evaluation was to compare labor costs between Amtrak and European Railroads. The OIG found that the annual cost of an Amtrak infrastructure worker is more than twice as much as the average European infrastructure worker.
Tracking Number: ESFY09 | 09/29/2009