Politics and the General Services Administration
Sun Microsystems, one of the government's top technology vendors, canceled its contract with the General Services Administration after months of questions from investigators and lawmakers over allegations it had overcharged taxpayers in recent years.
GSA Head Tells House Panel She Has No Political Agenda (Post, June 14, 2007, Page A11)
Bush Is Asked to Discipline GSA Chief in Hatch Act Inquiry (Post, June 12, 2007, Page A07)
Oversight Chairman Wants GSA Chief to Testify Again (Post, May 25, 2007, Page A08)
GSA Chief Violated Hatch Act, Special Counsel's Report Alleges (Post, May 24, 2007; 1:26 PM)
: GSA Chief Violated Hatch Act, Special Counsel's Report Alleges (Post, May 24, 2007, Page A12)
Changes Spurred Buying, Abuses: Taxpayers Overcharged Millions in Sun Deal, Auditor Says (Post, May 23, 2007, Page A01)
GSA Briefing Now Part Of Wider Investigation (Post, April 24, 2007, Page A03)
Panel Asks Rove for Information on '08 Election Presentation (Post, March 30, 2007, Page A05)
GSA Chief Grilled on GOP Political Presentation: Doan Tells Panel She Attended but Can't Recall Details (Post, March 29, 2007, Page A03)
GSA Chief Is Accused of Playing Politics: Doan Denies 'Improper' Use of Agency for GOP (Post, March 26, 2007, Page A01)
Waxman Seeks GSA Chief's Testimony: Letter Discloses New Allegations on No-Bid Job and Efforts to Help GOP (Post, March 7, 2007, Page A04)
GSA Defends Administrator in Hill Inquiry: Agency Says Chief Takes Responsibility For No-Bid Order (Post, February 17, 2007, Page A04)
House Panel Opens Investigation of GSA Chief's Deal With Friend (Post, January 20, 2007, Page A03)
GSA Chief Scrutinized For Deal With Friend: No-Bid Contract A Mistake, She Says (Post, January 19, 2007, Page A01)
Trio From Hill Ask GSA Head Not to Shift Audit Burden (Post, December 6, 2006, Page A09)
GSA Chief Seeks to Cut Budget For Audits: Contract Oversight Would Be Reduced (Post, December 2, 2006, Page A01)

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