(BOISE, Idaho) -- A review of 24 work-related trips over the past two years found several areas for improvement in the way city employees report their expenses.
According to the Idaho Statesman, the numerous errors did not result in any money wasted by the city, which actually underpaid employees by $13.80. Still, the Office of Internal Audit stressed the problems that could arise from such a disorganized system down the line.
The audit found problems with missing documentation, mathematical errors in calculating per diems and several late expense reports.
The city is taking steps to address these problems and prevent any more serious issues that could arise from the poor reporting.
City Council President Maryanne Jordan added she was pleased because the report shows that the Office of Internal Audit is doing its job.
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