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    TRAIN OPERATIONS: Adopting Leading Practices Could Improve Passenger Boarding Experience

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    Semiannual Report to Congress #53

    Semiannual report to the US Congress for October 1, 2015 - March 31, 2016. We trust that you will find this report informative.

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    Progress Made Installing Video Surveillance Systems, But Coverage and Performance Could Be Improved

    This report provides the results of our audit to assess the outcome of the company’s efforts to install an integrated and effective national VSS network.

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    Adequate Competition for Most Contracts Awarded Under Americans with Disabilities Act Program but Procurement Policies Could be Improved

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    STAGED CAR COLLISION IN TRAIN ACCIDENT

    The OIG investigation found that in the early morning hours of September 6, 2013, the two men parked a car in the path of an oncoming Amtrak train and got out of the car prior to the collision.

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    Top Management and Performance Challenges FY2016 and Beyond

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