The General Services administration has placed an eighth employee on administrative leave following a scandal involving an $823,000 conference in 2010 at a luxury resort in Las Vegas.
The nation’s landlord for federal buildings, GSA took the action Monday as three congressional committees geared up for hearings beginning next week.
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The latest official placed on leave was David Foley, deputy commissioner of the Public Buildings Service. He appears in a video giving an award to an employee who — in the same video — did a rap song bragging about the lavish spending.
Read more at Official Wire. By Larry Margasak, AP.