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A government audit found employees from the Environment Protection Agency used federally-issued charge cards to buy gym memberships, gift cards and other items that were either forbidden or not even documented. The report by the office of the
News More News Then-board president Breman Anderson Jr. was, according to the auditors, arranging contracts and moving to reassign top administrators mostly on his own while scrambling to contest some $150,000 in claims for unpaid vacation and sick
Wheeling Village President Dean Argiris' purchase card spending might be valid, but some question whether it's transparent enough. These are some of the updates to previous stories and revelations from reader tips we cobble together occasionally for
Priceless, or that's how it seems. The s uncovered a rather loose credit card program at the IRS with shall we say an embarrassing pattern of expenditures...His says The Purchase Card Program lacks consistent oversight to identify and address
The method of sale for the former Maytag home/District Office building, discussions on technology and the possible implementation of purchase cards were the primary focus during Monday's meeting for Newton Community School District Board of Education.
A Daily Herald analysis of the purchases shows $2,237 was spent on 29 trips to Panera, another $1,775 was spent on 18 visits to Jimmy John's, and almost $800 over the course of the year was spent at Dunkin' Donuts. "They're not really being good
Many spouses and even a few children were there as well, council members said. Judging by the buffet price of $22.95, three dozen people enjoyed Reicherts hospitality. He has held similar dinners at the convention in previous years, as did Mayors C.
In particular, Chiu pointed to the drop in problems found with purchasing cards, which are debit cards that certain employees such as principals can use to make minor school-related purchases...Issues with purchasing cards led to the arrest last year
Judge Robert Whaley of Eastern Washington Federal District Court gave Anita Gust less than the prosecution requested after her husband, Paul Kempf, yelled and stormed out during the sentencing hearing. She also will be required to repay the $487,000
Officials from one of the highest spenders on the purchasing cards, the Appoquinimink School District, have ramped up use of the cards to help the state maximize that rebate, said Chuck Longfellow, the district's director of finance. "We do what we