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Army Housing: Overcharges for On-Base Lodging Have Not Been Repaid
[Technical Report, Congressional Report]
GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE WASHINGTON DC
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The Army has not repaid overcharges that have been accumulated from inflated transient lodging charges. Moreover, we estimate that accumulated overcharges increased to 157 million Army-wide before the Army stopped diverting transient lodging funds to nonappropriated morale, welfare, and recreation activities in October 1991. At that time, the Army transferred 34 million to a separate account for transient lodging operations. On the basis of the accumulated overcharges that we reported in 1990, the Congress reduced the Armys operations and maintenance budget requests, which fund transient lodging operations, for fiscal years 1991 and 1992 by a total of 65 million.
[A, Approved For Public Release]