Implementing and managing a successful, high-quality auditing program is one of the many elements that drives success within a transit department.
Implementing and managing a successful, high-quality auditing program is one of the many elements that drives success within a transit department. bcg has been involved in audit management since 1995. Our teams have worked with the Federal Transit Administration’s (FTA) Office of Transit Safety & Oversight (TSO) and State Safety Oversight Program to develop, pioneer, and assist in every aspect of audit program creation, management, and resource development.
We understand the importance of preparedness. A successful and efficient auditing team needs to be informed and prepared to maintain consistency and know what to look for and how, from audit preparation to finding closeouts. To facilitate this, we
We have been responsible for administering FTA’s State Safety Oversight program since 1995. We develop audit manuals, procedures, and checklists to measure compliance; schedule audits; develop notification and response letter templates; review materials; conduct on-site audits; develop and deliver entrance and exit briefings and final reports; and track findings.
We believe in maintaining the utmost transparency in the audit process. We cultivate open lines of communication with upper-level management through the preparation and delivery of reports, teleconferences, and briefing packages. Our detail-oriented approach and diligence in every task and effort we undertake is just one of the qualities that sets bcg apart from competitors.
Regulation requirements can change over the years, and it’s important that states and agencies also evolve and grow their safety and operational procedures over time. Audits can help agencies find the gaps. The experts at bcg offer vast industry experience and are routinely involved in the development and rollout of resources to help keep transit industry professionals informed and at the top of their game.