DoT-IG’s Investigations & News Items related to FAA

The Inspector General for the Department of Transportation (DoT-IG) is charged with monitoring and auditing department programs to combat waste, fraud, and abuse. They are frequently asked by Congress to do investigations and reviews. The DoT-IG issues audit reports, evaluations, and management advisories with findings and recommendations to improve program delivery and performance. For example, in fiscal year 2006, DoT-IG issued 76 audit reports, which identified more than $893 million in financial recommendations.

This is the full listing (with links) of Investigations and News Items related to FAA, as posted by the Department of Transportation’s Inspector General (DoT-IG), from early 2001 until February 2014.