General Spending Administration

GSA employees paid lavish salaries, generous bonuses, excessive overtime, congressional analysis reveals
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Rep. John Mica (R., Fla.), Chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, revealed last week that the General Services Administration (GSA), the government agency at thecenter of a luxury spending scandal, had awarded $44 million in taxpayer-funded bonuses last year, far more than previously reported.

GSA Redux

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A federal weather agency is following in the footsteps of the General Services Administration, as it seeks a magician to perform at an upcoming conference.

All Roads Lead to Solyndra

Emails from the office of an Obama appointee forced to resign over the GSA scandal indicate that the administration was aware of Solyndra’s looming money woes prior to the company’s bankruptcy.

Feds Feeling Heat For Misbehavior

The Secret Service has terminated three agents in the wake of the Colombian prostitution scandal that has rocked the Obama administration—the second scandal to strike the federal government in as many weeks.

Clown College

Clown and Mind Reader Seek Work at GSA

A clown and a mind reader sought to find work in the General Services Administration today, as the Congressional probe into the GSA’s $800,000 Las Vegas conference continued.