by By Lisa Grimaldi | September 16, 2009

A number of U.S. firms that received bailout money from the government have posted expense policies -- including those related to business travel and meetings -- on their websites yesterday, in compliance with a Treasury Department requirement for recipients of the Troubled Asset Relief Program funds to make such policies public. Among them is automaker Chrysler, which addressed meetings at the top of the document with the following: "Hosting, sponsorship or other payment for conferences and events: [The policy] requires that the cost to the Chrysler Group company in connection with a conference or event be reasonable and commensurate with the expected benefit to the company." To see Chrysler’s full expense policy, click here.