Reps for DIT face a grilling from politicians today about how it lost €700,000.
A review was ordered after it emerged DIT lost 700-thousand euro after it made an upfront payment to a publisher which later went bust.
Now according to The Irish Times, a damning report into the college's procedures claims there's a lack of oversight when it comes to watching over taxpayer's money.
It criticised the fact that nobody challenged paying the cash in advance and that the only signature on any document belonged to a library staff member instead of someone more senior.
It comes as reps for third level institutions go before the state's spending watchdog later.