Follow-up on the review of fleet vehicle service cards of March 2000: R62-490/2002E-PDF
final report /
"In November 1999, the Office of the Auditor General advised Parks Canada that Agency employees were illegally receiving financial compensation from retailers for using government credit cards to purchase diesel fuel. An audit of the management control framework in place for ARI vehicle fleet credit cards as well as a detailed review of all diesel fuel transactions on ARI invoices was conducted by Paragon Review and Consulting Inc. While the audit was in progress, it was determined that Parks Canada employees were not involved in the cash rebates scheme. However, several opportunities for improvement in the vehicle fleet credit card management controls were identified"--p. .
|Department/Agency||Parks Canada. Performance, Audit and Review Group.|
|Title||Follow-up on the review of fleet vehicle service cards of March 2000|
|Subtitle||final report /|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
|Electronic Document|| |
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|Note||"October 2002." Issued also in French under title: Suivi de l'examen des cartes de crédit utilisées pour le parc de véhicules mars 2000 : rapport final.|
|Number of Pages|| p.|
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