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by Daniella Rivera: Audit flags ‘questionable’ purchases on Anchorage employee p-cards
In the case of the most recent audit of municipal procurement card purchases, the Internal Audit Department looked at 48,298 p-card purchases from 2016 amounting to $18,069,421 in transactions. That’s an increase of about $1.5 million in p-card spending from 2015, when the department found employees had made 45,972 purchases amounting to $16,558,975.