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Shows & Panels
Shakeup at GSA
On Monday, April 2, 2012, General Services Administration chief Martha Johnson stepped down from her post after firing Bob Peck, the commissioner of the Public Buildings Service, and GSA adviser Stephen Leeds. The shakeup in the administration came on the heels of an inspector general report that detailed excessive spending by the agency at a conference in 2010. Read Federal News Radio's full coverage of the Shakeup at GSA.
Whistleblowers, GSA scandal, postal reform
Wednesday - 4/18/2012, 10:22pm EDT
What about the I-was-just-following-orders defense? When, where and how do you draw the line when you encounter a possible criminal or ethical situation at work? What next?
Washington attorney Bill Bransford answers those questions when he joins host Mike Causey on today's program. Bransford has represented a number of feds in high-profile cases involving alleged job misconduct, or whistleblowers who got into trouble for doing their duty.
Also, Federal Times' Steve Watkins and Sean Reilly have the latest on the General Services Administration conference spending scandal.