GSA Will Face Congress Again After New Spending Scandal

Law360, New York (July 20, 2012, 8:05 PM EDT) -- The U.S. General Services Administration will have to face another Capitol Hill grilling after new reports that it spent $270,000 on a one-day employee reward conference, held months after the now-infamous 2010 Las Vegas conference that cost top agency leaders their jobs.

The newly revealed conference, which was reported to Congress by GSA Inspector General Brian Miller Thursday, was uncovered as part of an ongoing probe into improper spending at the GSA. Acting administrator Dan Tangherlini, who took over the GSA when the Las Vegas scandal...
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