Government Purchase Cards: Smarter Use Can Save Taxpayers Hundreds of Millions of Dollars : Hearing Before the Committee on Governmental Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred Eighth Congress, Second Session, April 28, 2004
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abusive Accounting achieve Acquisition actions activity additional Administration advantage Affairs agencies Air Force appropriate approving officials Army audit banks better bills cardholders charge card Committee continue contract costs data mining Department of Defense develop Director discount agreements discuss dollars effective efforts employees ensure established example Federal Federal agencies Federal Government Financial fiscal year 2003 focus fraud fraudulent Government purchase card identified implement improve inappropriate increased indicators initiatives Inspector internal controls issued limit look major million misuse monitoring Navy negotiated obtain offered Office opportunities oversight paid percent perform potentially practices problems procurement purchase card program purchase card transactions questionable recommendations reduced responsible result savings Schedule Senator significant spending statement taken techniques vendors waste Weaknesses
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Page 35 - GAO's internal control standards emphasize that effective management of an organization's workforce — its human capital — is essential to achieving results and is an important part of internal control. Training is key to ensuring that the workforce has the skills necessary to achieve organizational goals. In accordance with NAVSUP Instruction 4200.94, all cardholders and approving officials must receive purchase card training.