The General Services Administration, a relatively obscure federal government office, is under congressional scrutiny for spending more than $800,000 at a Las Vegas conference in 2010.
Congressional probes into the General Services Administration scandal, involving excessive spending at a 2010 conference outside Las Vegas, moved to the Senate Wednesday for hearings with two committees. Read full article >>
Jeffrey E. Neely, the embattled General Services Administration regional commissioner who planned a lavish Las Vegas employee conference that cost more than $800,000, has left the agency, a GSA spokesman said. Read full article >>
The General Services Administration (GSA) is in its first day of hearings held by the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee for improper spending on a series of lavish GSA conferences in Las Vegas. As widely assumed, U.S. ...