The U.S. Secret Service incurred operational and temporary duty costs for rental cars, hotel rooms, meals and incidentals, overtime pay, commercial airfare, golf cart rentals, and other logistical support. Certain details of the cost information related to the Secret Service’s protective operations presented in the report are designated as Law Enforcement Sensitive. We did not include salaries and benefits for government personnel traveling with the President because the Secret Service would have incurred these costs regardless of whether the President traveled. Also excluded are costs associated with assistance provided by the Department of Defense, such as the use of military aircraft to transport personnel and equipment, because the Secret Service is not required to reimburse these costs. We did not identify any fraud indicators or unauthorized costs. We made no recommendations.
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U.S. Secret Service
- Executive SummaryReport NumberOIG-20-18Issue DateDocument FileDHS AgencyFiscal Year2020