NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATiON 4201 WILSON BOULEVARD ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA 22230 1 OFFICE OF 1 . INSPECTOR GENERAL ~ MEMORANDUM ~ Date: November 6,1998 1 To: File No. I98080020 - - - - _-From: ---- ----- " - Via: Re: Background: I 1 An audit review of conference awards found indications of otential duplicate charging of travel expenses by Dr. rofessor o I ) r the 1997 summe- Conference trip , $200,50 n conjunction with Investigation: C We asked for travel vouchers and source documents for conference tr from Dr. ome institution and for the last 5 years from th ent us a total of six travel vouchers an documents for one conference. Both institutions sent us travel documents fdr one trip to a 1 9 9 E o n f e r e n c e , in Seattle, WA. In addition, th confirmed that Conference and received reimbursement. the total amount they reimbursed and identified each travel expense. e found no evidence of duplicate travel reimbursements to Dr for this trip. Findings: Although the initial audit review suggested potential fraudulent activity, we have found no evidence of duplicate travel reimbursements to Dr. r the one trip we have source documents for the 19 9 7 m p . No further review is warranted at this time. Case is closed.
Published by the National Science Foundation, Office of Inspector General on 1998-11-12.
Below is a raw (and likely hideous) rendition of the original report. (PDF)