Officials at the Mississippi Development Authority are questioning more than a dozen travel expenses from the Maryland-based company hired to manage a Hurricane Katrina grant program.
Some expenses charged by Reznick Group of Bethesda, Maryland, are getting more attention than others such as -- airfare for employees' significant others, limousine rental agency services and last-minute plane tickets topping $1400.
Some of the company's travel expenses have drawn criticism from the watchdog group Public Citizen and prompted a congressional request for an investigation.
A Mississippi Development Authority agency spokeswoman, Melissa Medley, did not specify which expenses are being scrutinized.
Last month, a Jackson newspaper asked the Mississippi Development Authority to look at the public records.