General Services Administration Management Issues, Panel 1, Part 1
Apr 16, 2012
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General Services Administration (GSA) staff testified at a hearing on the investigation into improper spending on a series of lavish GSA conferences. Jeff Neely invoked his Fifth Amendment privilege against self incrimination. He had organized an October 2010 GSA conference in Las Vegas with expenses topping $800,000 and had since been placed on administrative leave. Martha Johnson said that she decided to resign just a few days before the agency’s inspector general released a final report on the scandal. Mr. Miller told the Committee that he had recommended criminal charges in a referral to the Justice Department.