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NASA spends millions to fly first and business class with little oversight

NASA officials say they're working to resolve “widespread” errors in travel disclosures dating back to at least 2009, according to a report from Scripps News

Problems range from lax oversight – some NASA travelers booked upgrades costing thousands of dollars – to missing or error-riddled reports. The federal agency is required each year to disclose all upgraded flights, but that didn’t happen in 2012.

According to Scripps:

“The problem of lax oversight is not unique to NASA. Dozens of federal agencies regularly ignore requirements to disclose spending on premium fares, according to records recently released for the first time by the GSA.
The agency’s annual reports on premium travel reflect the ticket upgrades of 75 agencies from fiscal years 2009 to 2013, and indicate that 54 failed to file reports at least once during that period.”

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