Monday, February 14, 2011

Postal Going Postal?

by Gary Snyder

According to a Postal Service Inspector General, Postal Service employees "did not comply with prescribed travel policies resulting in over $600,000 in excessive travel costs for lodging and airfare in FYs 2009 and 2010." One Postal Service employee used his government travel card at adult entertainment establishments more than 50 times. Another paid for an Apple computer and his mortgage. Three others purchased airfare tickets (including tickets to Spain and Italy) for family and friends. At the time of the audit, there was more than $37 million in open credit associated with cards of former employees.
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