Audit of the Agency’s Travel Program

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The National Security Agency Office of the Inspector General (OIG) released an unclassified version of its Audit of the Agency’s Travel Program. The OIG identified a number of concerns, including that the NSA did not adequately monitor cardholder activities, which may have permitted improper cash advances and other misuse of individually billed travel cards; the Agency did not require travel card training for travelers, managers, or authorizing officials; and the Agency’s travel management information systems are in need of modernization. The OIG made 10 recommendations to assist the NSA in ensuring that its travel program is managed appropriately and compliantly. The Agency agreed with all the recommendations, and the OIG concluded that the actions planned by Agency management met the intent of the recommendations.