Ninety-five high-ranking employees at the General Services Administration who are assigned to work from home racked up $750,000 in travel expenses over nine months, documents show, prompting concerns from agency officials but no action to curtail the expenses.And what kind of response do we have?
The travel records, provided by the agency to congressional committees, provide fresh evidence of a spending culture at GSA’s Public Buildings Service that led to an embarrassing scandal this spring over a conference off the Las Vegas strip.
GSA spokesman Adam Elkington said Friday the agency is “conducting an extensive review” of its operations that includes travel policies and staff deployment.Civil service, combined with expansionist government, brings about some of the most cancerous rot to our system. There is no responsibility, no accountability, and minimal fear of retribution.
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Hat tip to Michelle Malkin and I Own the World for the story.