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Inspector General Faults FAA Oversight At Two ARTCCs
The DOT Office of Inspector General said it substantiated two allegations and partially substantiated a third regarding "waste and mismanagement" at two Air Route Traffic Control Centers' Critical and Essential Systems Project installation sites in Seattle and Southern California. "We found that FAA's review of technical specifications failed to identify both a power system wiring deficiency and a floor density problem, resulting in schedule delays and extra costs," the IG reported.