The Internal Revenue Service needs to take more aggressive action to address the fraudulent misuse of individually billed travel cards, according to a new report.

The report came from the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration, whose audit report came on the heels of one that provoked a furor earlier this month when TIGTA found that IRS employees in the Exempt Organizations division had used terms like “Tea Party” and “patriot” to filter out applications for tax-exempt status for extra scrutiny.

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