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More trouble and new questions -- the scandal ridden GSA.
New documents presented to the house oversight committee are revealing the group paid a great deal of money or stay at home employees to travel.
Molly Henneberg is joining us now this story.
-- roughly how much money was spent at all.
Dollars in travel expenses by work at home employees of the General Services Administration.
95 of them spent that money over the course of nine months in 2010 and 2011.
And -- congressional committee with oversight of the federal workforce is demanding more information.
According to a letter obtained by Fox News Republican congressman Darrell -- wrote to the GSA quote.
The American people have a right to know that federal bureaucrats.
Who enjoy the benefits of virtual work meaning work at home.
Are eligible and responsible stewards of the taxpayer dollars that support the program.
Acting GSA had -- -- rainy appointed in April has promised a top to bottom review of the agency spending.
And in response to this latest GSA revelation has ordered quote.
An extensive review of our agency's operations which include our travel policy and staff deployment.
Our agency remains committed to eliminating any excessive spending and promoting.
Now why -- overspending and GSA sound familiar.
Possibly because of images like this one of now former GSA executive -- nearly.
He was heading up -- GSA conference in 2010 in Las Vegas they cost taxpayers 823000.
Dollars it came to light this spring.
A last following Healy was alerted to -- expenses racked up -- stay at home GSA employees.
He wrote to a colleague in an email provided to congressional committees and obtained by the Washington Post quote no -- Well this is a fine -- we've gotten ourselves into.
And in another email to colleagues he's he wrote quote this we'll take your breath away don't share further.
Congressman -- and says this new GSA spending problem indicates quote a lack of proper oversight a GSA employees.
And a Molly --
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