WASHINGTON (AP) — A group representing President Donald Trump's transition team is pressing the General Services Administration to turn over a memo purportedly sent by an agency official to special counsel Robert Mueller's team thatShow More Summary
Denise Turner Roth, former administrator of the General Services Administration, has been appointed chief development officer of WSP USA.
(Scott Johnson) Special Counsel Robert Mueller recently obtained thousands of Trump Presidential Transition Team emails and other material from the General Services Administration, which served as their custodian. PTT lawyer Kory Langhofer...Show More Summary
A Trump transition lawyer protested to Congress, claiming the Federal Government’s General Services Administration “unlawfully produced” the transition team’s “private materials,” including emails bound by attorney-client privilege.
An attorney for President Donald Trump's transition team said he did not confront special counsel Robert Mueller or the General Services Administration before complaining about them in a letter to Congress, which was then leaked to Fox...Show More Summary
Axios explains. Excerpt:Charging "unlawful conduct," Kory Langhofer, counsel for the transition team, wrote in a letter to congressional committees Saturday that "career staff at the General Services Administration... have unlawfully...Show More Summary
Trump for America lawyer says the team improperly received the emails from the General Services Administration (GSA).
Special Counsel Robert Mueller's team has taken possession of "many tens of thousands" of emails from the Trump transition team, obtained through the General Services Administration - the government agency responsible for hosting the transition email system which used a "ptt.gov" address. Show More Summary
(University of Arizona Health Sciences) On Nov. 9 at the world's largest conference and expo for design-related industry professionals, UAIPW Director Esther Sternberg, MD, and the US General Services Administration will discuss findings...Show More Summary
Democrats on the House Oversight Committee invoked an obscure 1928 law to sue the General Services Administration for Trump International Hotel records.
President Donald Trump, in true Donald Trump fashion, has racked up a $1.75 million bill while renovating the White House to suit his tastes. NBC News reported Thursday that records from the General Services Administration (GSA) showed the president’s office spent that amount on furniture,...
The Trump administration has spent $1.75 million on furniture and other items as part of redecorating the White House and related offices, NBC News reports. The tally of expenditures comes from the General Services Administration and is slightly more than the $1.5 million the Obama administration spent over...
To anyone thinking of driving into Tijuana through San Ysidro a couple of weeks from now, the U.S. General Services Administration has some advice: Think again. For a 57-hour period — from 3 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 23 until noon on Monday, Sept. 25 — the border will be closed to southbound vehicles....
Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C. is housed in the Old Post Office Building, which is owned by the U.S. Government and leased through the General Services Administration, or GSA. Read moreking Blogs | Comments
Federal investigators are examining the controversial lease program used by the Trump International Hotel in Washington. The Government Accountability Office (GAO) and the General Services Administration (GSA) have opened investigations of the Trump Organization’s lease of the Old Post Office...
Bloomberg reports: Two federal watchdog agencies are taking an active look at the controversial General Services Administration lease for the Trump International Hotel in Washington, Bloomberg BNA has learned. Both the Government Accountability...Show More Summary
Documents showing Donald Trump's flagship Washington hotel made nearly $2m (£1.5m) profit in the first four months of 2017 have been deleted after they were posted online by accident. The US General Services Administration hastily pulled...Show More Summary
The United States General Services Administration is auctioning off six lighthouses, one on in Chesapeake Bay, Maryland and five Michigan's Great Lakes. Bidding starts at around $15,000 and there isn't much action yet! From Mental Floss: Prospective bidders must agree to put down a $5,000 to $10,000 deposit on the lighthouse they’re interested in. Show More Summary
Have you ever dreamed of living by the shore, but thought you could never afford a home there? You might want to rethink that dream, since the U.S. the U.S. General Services Administration has six lighthouses up for auction right now, with bids starting as low as $10,000 to $15,000. Show More Summary
(Image credit: U.S. General Services Administration) Do you have what it takes to buy a fixer-upper...lighthouse? The federal government seems to be having a fire sale on seaworthy structures, and six intrepid bargain-hunters can scoop them up this summer for a (fisherman's) song — with auction prices starting at just $10,000. (No, this is not a whale's tale.) READ MORE »