Travel and hospitality Expenses
The Office of the Comptroller and Auditor General routinely publishes details of expenses incurred by its senior managers on a quarterly basis.
Reports in relation to travel expenses include any domestic or international travel undertaken in connection with senior managers’ official duties in the period in question. Expenses are shown separately in relation to each journey undertaken, and include transport costs, accommodation and subsistence costs, and other expenses related to the journey. The purpose of each journey is stated.
Hospitality expenses may be incurred from time to time, usually in connection with professional contacts or in the context of meetings between contacts, senior managers and representatives of other organisations and visiting delegations.
Expenses recouped to the Office are shown. Where expenses are paid directly by other organisations, they are not included in these disclosures.
Details of these expenses are available below: