National Transportation Safety Board: Progress Made in Management Practices, Investigation Priorities, Training Center Use, and Information Security, But These Areas Continue to Need Improvement: Congressional Testimony
DIANE Publishing, Jan 1, 2009 - 37 pages
The National Transport. Safety Board (NTSB) plays a vital role in advancing transportation safety by investigating accidents, determining their causes, issuing safety recommendations, and conducting safety studies. To support its mission, NTSB┐s training center provides training to NTSB investigators and others. In 2006, recommendations were made to NTSB in many areas. In 2007, an independent auditor made info. security recommendations This testimony addresses NTSB┐s progress in following leading practices in selected management areas, increasing the efficiency of aspects of investigating accidents and conducting safety studies, increasing the utilization of its training center, and improving information security. Charts and tables.
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