Jeff Neely is no longer with GSA

Jeff Neely, a central figure in the General Services Administration scandal over the $822,000 conference in Las Vegas in 2010, no longer works at GSA, according to GovExec.

Neely was the Region 9 commissioner for the GSA’s Public Building Service. He helped to plan the Western Regions Conference.

According to the report, GSA officials are still pursuing appropriate disciplinary action for those responsible for the conference.

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