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Pallas Athena Wedding Gown, Size: 6, Pearl/Sequin Beading. Color:Ivory (Lot 25)
U.S. General Services Administration
June 25, 2015 The agency regularly auctions off surplus government items and is now conducting its first online auction of bridal items. If you need to accessorize, there are also veils, tiaras and bouquets.
Jeff Neely during an April 16 hearing on Capitol Hill. He declined to answer any of the lawmakers' questions.
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May 25, 2012 Jeff Neely, the regional official at the General Services Administration who hosted a 2010 taxpayer-funded conference that became a scandal as details about excessive spending, gifts and lavish parties were revealed, is no longer with the agency.
April 17, 2012 "Every time we turned over a stone we found 50 more with all kinds of things crawling out," General Services Administration Inspector General Brian Miller told Congress this morning.
April 16, 2012 General Services Administration officials spent excessively on a Las Vegas conference. So far, the agency's top official has resigned and several others have been fired.
From the GSA employee's rap video.
House Oversight & Reform Committee
April 6, 2012 As if there wasn't enough outrage already about the "excessive and wasteful" spending by the federal government's General Services Administration at a 2010 conference in Las Vegas, now there's video evidence.
The Las Vegas Strip: sometimes what happens there does come back to bite you.
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April 3, 2012 Excessive spending at a 2010 conference that was held just off the Strip has led to Martha Johnson's resignation. Food and drinks alone cost taxpayers nearly $150,000.
April 2, 2012 The GSA conference with the clown, comedian and mind reader is the kind of embarrassing story any administration wants to avoid on its watch, especially at a time of fiscal austerity when federal workers are coming under attack from some conservatives and a general election looms for a president seeking a second term.
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