You knew that this was coming. As the various Congressional committees begin to investigate the GSA Vegas conference scandal, new revelations have begun to apppear.
Right now, most of the new allegations involve Jeffrey Neely, the regional commissioner with the agency in California. It is alleged that Neely spent ten of thousands of dollars for personal items, travel and accommodations without any regard to government rules.
It has also been alleged that GSA officials were notified of the abuses in May 2011 by Inspector General Brian Miller and ignored his warnings. Furthermore, Miller alerted a White House lawyer about an investigation of “fraud and wasteful spending” at GSA. READ MORE