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-- the GSA's inspector general said yesterday he doesn't know what they'll find from -- tip line but it hasn't been pretty and you get a good idea of what he means.
When he compares some of his employees to one of the most notorious gangsters.
Of -- -- Willie Sutton Sutton was asked wide body rob banks he said that's where the money years.
And part of the problem is part of the reason there is a lot of crime and fraud waste and abuse it GSA is a lot of money flows through GSA.
During that hearing a clown and a mind reader showed up outside the capitol asking the GSA to hire them at their next big conference -- -- though.
Not as many laps as lawmakers from the left and the right questioned.
The GSA's relevancy.
The expression is fool me once.
You know OK but again and again this -- scandals.
Under both Republicans and Democrats there's been of abuse.
Throughout the GSA over a number of decades.
You know would it not be fair net -- to ask his GSA outlived its usefulness -- a federal agency.
And the GSA has over 121000.
Employees so these reforms the senators say that they want will impact a lot of people -- -- was yes SA about these calls to disband their whole agency based on our lists.
The acting administrator basically says that without the GSA the entire government would start spending irresponsibly.
Having a single accountable agency that can aggregate the expenses of the government.
And and use the scale of the government to get the best possible price for the government.
I think that that has value today as much as it did back when the Hoover commission first proposed stand and president Truman set up the TSA.
And the hearings on the hill are all wrapped up for now.
-- there -- some pretty important questions about how many of these agencies we actually need in place Peter thank you very much.
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