Official Behind Lavish GSA Conference Cops To False Claims

Law360, Washington (April 2, 2015, 7:21 PM EDT) -- A former U.S. Government Services Administration official who organized a lavish Las Vegas conference that plagued the agency with scandal for months pled guilty in California federal court Tuesday to fraudulently billing the government for personal lodging expenses.

Jeffrey Neely changed his plea to guilty in one of the five criminal charges pending against him in a federal investigation, admitting he charged the government for a March 2010 night he spent at the M Resort Spa Casino in Las Vegas, while he knew he was not on official business. He is scheduled to be sentenced June 30, when he will face...

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