Objective

Our objective was to determine whether travel and miscellaneous expenses of the U.S. Postal Service Board of Governors, including external professional fees, were properly supported, reasonable, and in compliance with U.S. Postal Service and Board of Governors’ policies and procedures.

What the OIG Found

Fiscal year 2017 travel and miscellaneous expenses, totaling about $21,000, and external professional fees, totaling about $25,000, were properly supported, reasonable, and in compliance with Postal Service and Board of Governors’ policies and procedures.

What the OIG Recommended

Based on the audit results, we did not make any recommendations.

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  • anon

    Why? In the city mail home delivery trucks sit on right for easy delivery. With seat belt on, steering wheel, brakes and so on the right. Now in rural areas with 2 lane roads, no shoulder lots of hills and curves. Driver sits in right seat with all driving operations on left side. Driving the speed limit, most not wearing seat belt. Forced to drive in all weather conditions. If in accident wrote up for being at fault. How is this legal? I am from Missouri and I will contact the state also. Asking how is this legal

    Dec 07, 2017