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Traveling Naha City officials put on tight budget

Date Posted: 1998-07-30

Complaints from disgruntled citizens in Naha City have been heard by the city bean counters who have given new directives concerning expenses that will be covered from the city coffers during work related trips overseas.

When city officials go abroad on business trips they are usually allocated cash to spend on certain necessities. It seems, however that the follow-up has been rather lax and most of the traveling officials have just kept the entire allocation they received prior their trip whether they had or not receipts to prove how the money was spent.

According to new regulations, all receipts have to be submitted to the accounting section with a week of completing the trip. The list of goods they are entitled to purchase has been clarified, and if the total of receipts an official submits after his or her trip is less than the allowance received, the excess money has to be reimbursed. If the trip includes paid for meals, the per diem allowance will be halved.

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