Defense Department official who oversaw BRAC named head of public buildings for General Services Administration

Dorothy Robyn previously served as the Pentagon’s deputy undersecretary for installations and environment.

Jeffrey Neely, GSA official who organized Las Vegas conference, leaves the agency

Jeffrey E. Neely, the regional GSA commissioner who organized a notorious $823,000 Las Vegas employee conference, was on administrative leave.

Senate confirms Dan Tangherlini to head GSA

President Obama tapped Tangherlini to head the agency after an inspector general's report prompted a shake-up.

GSA increases travel-reimbursement rates for feds

Standard lodging rates will rise slightly, but the but the agency has not increased the allowance for food and other expenses.


Dorothy Robyn is GSA’s pick as Public Buildings Service commissioner


Former Defense Dept. official Dorothy Robyn will lead unit that oversees the federal government’s real estate portfolio.


GSA’s ethics program approved just days after scandal-plagued conference

(J. Scott Applewhite / AP)

Three days after a scandal-plagued 2010 Las Vegas conference for employees of the General Services Administration, the president’s Office of Government Ethics gave a clean bill of health to the GSA’s ethics program.


GSA chief imposes hiring freeze, cancels bonuses

The acting chief of the General Services Administration said Tuesday that he is canceling almost all bonuses for executives this year and freezing hiring after a spending scandal that prompted a major shake-up at the agency.


Video plays up GSA revelry in Vegas

The scandal engulfing the GSA widened with the release of a video of an employee joking about the agency’s extravagant spending at a Las Vegas conference.


GSA scandal: News about the $823,000 Las Vegas conference and its aftermath

(Harry Hamburg / AP)

The latest news and analysis about the General Services Administration Las Vegas conference scandal.