The Washington Post recently addressed the expense reimbursement information of Republican presidential candidate, Newt Gingrich. The presidential hopeful's campaign reimbursed him for travel-related expenses totaling more than $300,000, drawing significant attention from the Federal Election Commission.
By utilizing an automated expense management system such as ExpenseAnywhere, Gingrich's campaign would have been able to easily track additional details and quickly create reports on all employee travel. Such data could have helped to ease suspicions and clarify where the campaign money was being spent.
Check out the full Washington Post article here: http://wapo.st/wSCYrw