GSA Wasted Millions on Union Handout: Where’s the Outrage?

The Truth about PLAs

Eight senior U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) officials have been disciplined, fired or forced to resign since last Monday’s release of a scathing report by GSA Inspector General (IG) Brian Miller, whose staff spent a year reviewing waste, fraud and abuse related to $823,000 in spending to entertain 300 GSA employees at a GSA regional conference held at the luxury M Resort Spa Casino in Las Vegas.

The IG report, documenting the GSA’s excessive, wasteful, and in some cases impermissible spending, forced the resignation of the GSA’s head, Martha N. Johnson, and the firing of Public Buildings Service (PBS) chief Robert A. Peck and another Johnson deputy. Four regional commissioners who planned the October 2010 conference are on administrative leave.

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