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  1. Jeff Neely, former regional commissioner of GSA's Public Buildings Service Pacific Rim Region, has been indicted on charges of making fraudulent reimbursement claims. Neely is one of several former GSA officials involved in planning a 2010 conference that caused a scandal at the agency when its lavish setting and excessive costs were revealed.

    Former GSA official Jeff Neely indicted for fraudulent claims

    Neely was at the center of the 2010 conference scandal that led to the resignation of former Administrator Martha Johnson.

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