Well, Thank God Emory Didn’t Have The Credit Cards

This would probably be much worse.

Four university system employees racked up tens of thousands of dollars in personal charges on state-issued credit cards, including diamond rings, spa visits and car payments, according to a state audit report released Thursday.

Investigators found widespread abuse in the seven state agencies they reviewed, a sampling of 129 state agencies that use purchasing cards.

State auditors found cases of apparent fraud at Georgia Tech and Georgia Perimeter College and poor oversight, record-keeping and internal controls at other agencies, including the Department of Human Resources.