FDA employee credit card use to be audited by HHS Inspector General -- FY 1997 work plan.
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
FDA EMPLOYEE CREDIT CARD USE TO BE AUDITED BY HHS INSPECTOR GENERAL this fiscal year, the Department of Health and Human Services IG says in an FY 1997 work plan. The office says it plans to "review FDA's management controls related to credit cards used for small purchases under $2,500."
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