subject verb agreement
what do you consider subject of sentence to be? says plural "were" doesn't agree with singular subject.
Responsible for identifying compliance requirements associated with each receipt source and for determining those receipts were expended for the intended purpose by reviewing supporting expenditure documentation.
The subject of a sentence is the noun that is doing or being something. Technically, you don't have a subject in this sentence, and that might be why you are receiving the subject and verb agreement suggestion.
You could add I am responsible, he/she is responsible, you are responsible, etc.
This could be part of a list of some sort, though. If so, then I think it's fine the way it is.
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