GSA Acting IG Pleased with Judge’s Decision Following Scandal

Posted on July06, 2015
The employee who planned an expensive Las Vegas training conference for the General Services Administration in 2012 was sentenced to home confinement and fines. Jeff Neely planned the conference, spending $822,000 for 300 people. Soon after the conference, photos surfaced of Neely in a hotel hot tub and an investigation was initiated. Prior to the conference, Neely had also submitted fraudulent travel vouchers. Seven GSA executives have already lost their jobs as a result of the investigation. Robert C. Erickson,…
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Obama Nominates New GSA Inspector General

Posted on March16, 2015
President Obama announced his nomination for the new Inspector General for the General Services Administration. Carol Fortine Ochoa, who has been the assistant inspector general at the U.S. Department of Justice Oversight and Review Division since 2005, has been nominated to the position. Prior to that position, she was Director of the Oversight and Review Division. She has also served as an assistant U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia and associate independent counsel at the Office of Independent Counsel.…
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IG says GSA needs to rely on electronic tools

Posted on June15, 2010
"The General Services Administration should rely more on electronic tools to reduce the number of mistakes and unauthorized approvals in its Multiple Award Schedule contracts, the agency's inspector general said." (Source: article) Does your IG have needs that need to be met by technology?
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