Andersen Gets Nod for Government Work
A federal audit of NHTSA's defect identification system was performed last month in which it was determined that the process is flawed. In response to the audit results, NHTSA interviewed several companies and ultimately chose Andersen  to perform the assessment.
Attention has been focused on the NHTSA defect recognition process following last year's problems surrounding defective Firestone tires.
Andersen will receive $52,000 for the job, which will include assessment of software development and identification of problems that could lead to cost overruns and schedule delays.