The Public Accounts Committee has today published its full findings into the way States travel and accommodation expenses are handled.
That review was launched following a flight-costs exposé by this newspaper earlier this year.
In February it was revealed that Economic Development chief executive Mike King and Locate Jersey director of inward investment Wayne Gallichan each spent £6,442 of taxpayers’ money on fully flexible business-class flights to a mining conference in South Africa.
An internal investigation into the case concluded that the pair had not done anything wrong.
PAC chairman Deputy Andrew Lewis said: ‘Whilst we commend the review undertaken by the Chief Minister’s Department, my committee believes that it did not go far enough to identify or highlight the instances of seemingly blatant disregard for the spirit of the code of conduct by certain officers.’
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