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

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The General Services Administration has come under fire from congressional critics for questionable bonuses and travel expenses. Much of the criticism has emerged since the GSA’s inspector general released details in April, 2012, of an $823,000 employee conference in Las Vegas. That report led to the resignation of then GSA chief Martha N. Jobnson.