General Services Administration, this time showing an agency official joking at their lavish $820,000 conference in Vegas about making a mock music video while at work.
Another video of federal employees laughing it up on the taxpayers’ dime surfaced Monday — this one showing an official for the General Services Administration joking at their 2010 conference about making a mock-music video at work.
The music videos from that conference have more or less gone viral by this point. The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee has been releasing them, as it launches an investigation into GSA spending following an inspector general’s report that chastised the agency for spending more than $820,000 at the Vegas-area conference.
Winning Video Skit from Taxpayer Funded Luxury Las Vegas GSA Convention
Video featuring Federal Employees jokes about never being under Inspector General Investigation, Lavish GSA Spending
The video clips below are from the U.S. General Services Administration’s (GSA) October 2010 Western Region Conference in Las Vegas, NV. It was played on Thursday, October 28, 2010 at the “Capstone Dinner Event.”
Federal government workers sing to President Obama about the Government Services Administration (GSA) “going green,” all paid for by taxpayer dollars.
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