Federal officials say they received 35 proposals from developers and communities interested in hosting a new headquarters for the FBI.
Jeffrey Neely, the General Services Administration executive who was responsible for a lavish $823,000 conference in Las Vegas, is no longer with the GSA, the agency confirmed Thursday.
One space program’s trash is another person’s treasure.
Two House committees said Thursday they are investigating wasteful spending by the General Services Administration, following an inspector general’s report criticizing a lavish conference in October 2010 in Las Vegas.
Martha Johnson, head of the Genersal Services Administration, resigned following reports of lavish spending at a Nevada training conference in the fall of 2010.