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FAA still needs to strengthen Boeing oversight after Max crashes, inspector general says

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WASHINGTON - The Department of Transportation's internal watchdog said in a new report that the Federal Aviation Administration still needs to do more to stiffen its oversight of Boeing two years after deadly 737 Max crashes.

While Boeing has redesigned the jets and the FAA approved them as safe to fly, the inspector general concluded in the report that the agency's approach to reviewing updates to existing aircraft designs should be improved. The watchdog also concluded that the agency has work to do to ensure its staff and a much larger team of Boeing employees assigned to conduct work for the government could guarantee safety...

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