An audit on the use of state credit cards finds there is a lack of control over how the cards are used. State Auditor Claire McCaskill says spending limits are too high, most purchases are made without prior review or with no review, employee cardholders have not given preference to Missouri businesses, cards are not issued based on job duties, and so called “attractive” items bought with cards are not inventoried. Those items include binoculars and digital cameras. McCaskill adds employees have been buying some unallowable items with credit cards. Those items include watches, cutlery, fishing knives, travel cases, and beverage coolers.
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