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What does AFE stand for?

AFE stands for Approval For Expenditure

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The arbitrator also said hospital officials did not show persuasive evidence backing up their charges against Abraham, including that he failed to follow the bidding process in selecting the firm to manage the district's retirement funds, made misrepresentations concerning the company chosen to administer the retirement plan, destroyed computer files, and failed to obtain board approval for expenditures.
Te Runanga is wanting a rule remit to ensure it has input into determining its annual budget and to have control over that budget, rather than having to seek approval for expenditure from the board of directors.
The hospital said Abraham was fired for failing to follow the established bidding process in selecting the firm to manage the district's retirement funds; making misrepresentations concerning the company chosen to administer a retirement plan; destroying computer files; failing to disclose transactions with third parties that posed conflicts of interest; failing to obtain board approval for expenditures over policy limits; and failing to return district property on demand.
The hospital said Abraham was fired for failing to follow the hospital district's bidding process in selecting the firm to manage the district's retirement funds, making misrepresentations concerning the company chosen to administer a retirement plan, destroying computer files, failing to disclose transactions with third parties that posed conflicts of interest, failing to obtain board approval for expenditures over policy limits and failing to return district property on demand.
The reasons included failing to follow the hospital district's bidding process in selecting the firm to manage the district's retirement funds; making misrepresentations concerning the company chosen to administer a retirement plan; destroying computer files; failing to disclose transactions with third parties that posed conflicts of interest; failing to obtain board approval for expenditures over policy limits; and failing to return district property on demand.