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GSA Scandal in Perspective
Despite all the attention trained on the General Services Administration, the $822,000 spent on the 2010 Western Regions Conference is small potatoes when it comes to federal scandals, expert say. And there may even be a silver lining to the upheaval. Agencies may now place more value on whistleblowers. In our special report, "GSA Scandal in Perspective," find expert analysis and insight into what the ongoing tumult about GSA means for other agencies.
GSA Scandal in Perspective: Timeline
Wednesday - 4/18/2012, 6:00pm EDT
The General Services Administration's lavish spending at the Western Regions Conference in 2010 has generated its share of congressional and public outrage. The $822,000 spent on planning, catered private parties and entertainment took center stage at a series of House and Senate hearings this week. But the amount spent on the conference is small potatoes when it comes to federal scandals.
In our interactive timeline below, Federal News Radio examines some of the largest government scandals over the past decade.
(Timeline produced by Jack Moore, using verite.co Timeline.)