Law360, New York (September 26, 2014, 5:07 PM EDT) -- Jeffrey Neely, a former official U.S. General Services Administration who organized a lavish Las Vegas conference that mired the GSA in months of scandal, was indicted Thursday on charges that he fraudulently billed the government for personal travel and expenses, including trips to Las Vegas, Saipan and Guam.
Neely came under fire after the GSA spent $823,000 to host a 2010 training in Las Vegas, which sparked congressional inquiries, a criminal investigation and a widespread condemnation in the media. In the wake of the scandal, GSA Administrator Martha Johnson and other top officials resigned, new leadership was put into place, and...
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