GSA Exec Departs As Spending Scandal Inquiry Continues

Law360, New York (May 25, 2012, 3:59 PM EDT) -- Jeff Neely, the U.S. General Services Administration regional commissioner who touched off a huge public-spending scandal after planning an $823,000 Las Vegas conference for GSA employees, is no longer employed by the agency, a spokesman said Friday.

Neely organized the lavish event and became the face of the controversy after a photo surfaced of him smiling while soaking in a tub at the M Resort Spa Casino, glasses of wine and a panoramic view of Sin City in the background.

A number of upper-echelon employees have...
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