Reading Room Documents
We had 15 ongoing audits addressing 6 focus areas of our Annual Audit Plan as of March 31, 2015.
This memorandum responds to your letter from February 27, 2015, which requests information relating to our audits and investigations of Amtrak’s programs and operations.
This memorandum responds to your letter of February 11, 2015, concerning our open and unimplemented recommendations and access to agency information. The information below corresponds to the six questions listed in your letter.
Tracking Number: Response 03 12 15 | 03/10/2015
We had 17 ongoing audits addressing 6 focus areas of our Annual Audit Plan as of December 31, 2014.
I am pleased to present our Audit Plan for fiscal year 2015.
Tracking Number: FY-AP-2015 | 11/30/2014
Throughout this semiannual period, our audit work addressed issues intended to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of Amtrak’s programs and operations.
Tracking Number: SAR-50 | 11/18/2014
This is our first report assessing the top management and performance challenges facing Amtrak (the company).
Tracking Number: OIG-SP-2014-012 | 09/28/2014
Throughout this semiannual period, our audit and evaluation work addressed issues intended to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of Amtrak's programs and operations.
Tracking Number: SAR-49 | 05/26/2014
Recommendation Follow-up: Management of Overtime: Best Practice Controls Can Help in Developing Needed Policies and Procedures
At your request, this memorandum provides our views regarding the company’s proposal to implement a recommendation in the subject report dealing with the adequacy of controls over approving overtime in excess of $35,000.
Tracking Number: Response 04 02 14 | 04/01/2014
I am pleased to provide the Amtrak Office of Inspector General Semiannual Report to the United States Congress for the six months ending September 30, 2013, pursuant to the Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended.
Tracking Number: SAR-48 | 11/24/2013