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  •  - Mica holds up a picture of GSA employee Neely during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing in Washington

    Mica holds up a picture of GSA employee Neely during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing in Washington

    Posted: 6/6/2013 2:20:24 PM EST
    Rep. John Mica (R-FL) holds up a picture of former General Services Administration (GSA) employee Jeff Neely in a hot tub with glasses of wine who is at the center of a scandal with IRS conference abuses, during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing on 'Collected and Wasted - The IRS Spending Culture and Conference Abuses, on Capitol Hill in Washington, June 6, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Reed
  •  - Mica holds up a picture of GSA employee Neely during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing in Washington

    Mica holds up a picture of GSA employee Neely during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing in Washington

    Posted: 6/6/2013 2:20:24 PM EST
    Rep. John Mica (R-FL) holds up a picture of former General Services Administration (GSA) employee Jeff Neely in a hot tub with glasses of wine who is at the center of a scandal with IRS conference abuses, during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing on 'Collected and Wasted - The IRS Spending Culture and Conference Abuses, on Capitol Hill in Washington, June 6, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Reed
  •  - Mica holds up a picture of GSA employee Neely during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing in Washington

    Mica holds up a picture of GSA employee Neely during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing in Washington

    Posted: 6/6/2013 2:20:24 PM EST
    Rep. John Mica (R-FL) holds up a picture of former General Services Administration (GSA) employee Jeff Neely in a hot tub with glasses of wine who is at the center of a scandal with IRS conference abuses, during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing on 'Collected and Wasted - The IRS Spending Culture and Conference Abuses, on Capitol Hill in Washington, June 6, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Reed
  •  - Mica holds up a picture of GSA employee Neely during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing in Washington

    Mica holds up a picture of GSA employee Neely during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing in Washington

    Posted: 6/6/2013 2:20:24 PM EST
    Rep. John Mica (R-FL) holds up a picture of former General Services Administration (GSA) employee Jeff Neely in a hot tub with glasses of wine who is at the center of a scandal with IRS conference abuses, during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing on 'Collected and Wasted - The IRS Spending Culture and Conference Abuses, on Capitol Hill in Washington, June 6, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Reed
  •  - Mica holds up a picture of GSA employee Neely during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing in Washington

    Mica holds up a picture of GSA employee Neely during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing in Washington

    Posted: 6/6/2013 12:30:12 PM EST
    Rep. John Mica (R-FL) holds up a picture of former General Services Administration (GSA) employee Jeff Neely in a hot tub with glasses of wine who is at the center of a scandal with IRS conference abuses, during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing on 'Collected and Wasted - The IRS Spending Culture and Conference Abuses, on Capitol Hill in Washington, June 6, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Reed
  •  - Mica holds up a picture of GSA employee Neely during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing in Washington

    Mica holds up a picture of GSA employee Neely during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing in Washington

    Posted: 6/6/2013 12:30:12 PM EST
    Rep. John Mica (R-FL) holds up a picture of former General Services Administration (GSA) employee Jeff Neely in a hot tub with glasses of wine who is at the center of a scandal with IRS conference abuses, during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing on 'Collected and Wasted - The IRS Spending Culture and Conference Abuses, on Capitol Hill in Washington, June 6, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Reed
  •  - Mica holds up a picture of GSA employee Neely during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing in Washington

    Mica holds up a picture of GSA employee Neely during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing in Washington

    Posted: 6/6/2013 12:30:12 PM EST
    Rep. John Mica (R-FL) holds up a picture of former General Services Administration (GSA) employee Jeff Neely in a hot tub with glasses of wine who is at the center of a scandal with IRS conference abuses, during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing on 'Collected and Wasted - The IRS Spending Culture and Conference Abuses, on Capitol Hill in Washington, June 6, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Reed
  •  - Mica holds up a picture of GSA employee Neely during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing in Washington

    Mica holds up a picture of GSA employee Neely during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing in Washington

    Posted: 6/6/2013 12:30:12 PM EST
    Rep. John Mica (R-FL) holds up a picture of former General Services Administration (GSA) employee Jeff Neely in a hot tub with glasses of wine who is at the center of a scandal with IRS conference abuses, during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing on 'Collected and Wasted - The IRS Spending Culture and Conference Abuses, on Capitol Hill in Washington, June 6, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Reed
  •  - Mica holds up a picture of GSA employee Neely during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing in Washington

    Mica holds up a picture of GSA employee Neely during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing in Washington

    Posted: 6/6/2013 12:11:47 PM EST
    Rep. John Mica (R-FL) holds up a picture of former General Services Administration (GSA) employee Jeff Neely in a hot tub with glasses of wine who is at the center of a scandal with IRS conference abuses, during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing on 'Collected and Wasted - The IRS Spending Culture and Conference Abuses, on Capitol Hill in Washington, June 6, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Reed
  •  - Mica holds up a picture of GSA employee Neely during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing in Washington

    Mica holds up a picture of GSA employee Neely during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing in Washington

    Posted: 6/6/2013 12:11:47 PM EST
    Rep. John Mica (R-FL) holds up a picture of former General Services Administration (GSA) employee Jeff Neely in a hot tub with glasses of wine who is at the center of a scandal with IRS conference abuses, during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing on 'Collected and Wasted - The IRS Spending Culture and Conference Abuses, on Capitol Hill in Washington, June 6, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Reed
  •  - Mica holds up a picture of GSA employee Neely during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing in Washington

    Mica holds up a picture of GSA employee Neely during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing in Washington

    Posted: 6/6/2013 12:11:47 PM EST
    Rep. John Mica (R-FL) holds up a picture of former General Services Administration (GSA) employee Jeff Neely in a hot tub with glasses of wine who is at the center of a scandal with IRS conference abuses, during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing on 'Collected and Wasted - The IRS Spending Culture and Conference Abuses, on Capitol Hill in Washington, June 6, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Reed
  •  - Mica holds up a picture of GSA employee Neely during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing in Washington

    Mica holds up a picture of GSA employee Neely during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing in Washington

    Posted: 6/6/2013 12:11:47 PM EST
    Rep. John Mica (R-FL) holds up a picture of former General Services Administration (GSA) employee Jeff Neely in a hot tub with glasses of wine who is at the center of a scandal with IRS conference abuses, during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing on 'Collected and Wasted - The IRS Spending Culture and Conference Abuses, on Capitol Hill in Washington, June 6, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Reed
  •  - Mica holds up a picture of GSA employee Neely during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing in Washington

    Mica holds up a picture of GSA employee Neely during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing in Washington

    Posted: 6/6/2013 11:28:52 AM EST
    Rep. John Mica (R-FL) holds up a picture of former General Services Administration (GSA) employee Jeff Neely in a hot tub with glasses of wine who is at the center of a scandal with IRS conference abuses, during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing on 'Collected and Wasted - The IRS Spending Culture and Conference Abuses, on Capitol Hill in Washington, June 6, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Reed
  •  - Mica holds up a picture of GSA employee Neely during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing in Washington

    Mica holds up a picture of GSA employee Neely during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing in Washington

    Posted: 6/6/2013 11:28:52 AM EST
    Rep. John Mica (R-FL) holds up a picture of former General Services Administration (GSA) employee Jeff Neely in a hot tub with glasses of wine who is at the center of a scandal with IRS conference abuses, during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing on 'Collected and Wasted - The IRS Spending Culture and Conference Abuses, on Capitol Hill in Washington, June 6, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Reed
  •  - Mica holds up a picture of GSA employee Neely during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing in Washington

    Mica holds up a picture of GSA employee Neely during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing in Washington

    Posted: 6/6/2013 11:28:52 AM EST
    Rep. John Mica (R-FL) holds up a picture of former General Services Administration (GSA) employee Jeff Neely in a hot tub with glasses of wine who is at the center of a scandal with IRS conference abuses, during a House Oversight and Government reform hearing on 'Collected and Wasted - The IRS Spending Culture and Conference Abuses, on Capitol Hill in Washington, June 6, 2013. REUTERS/Jason Reed
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              This combination of Associated Press file photos shows, left, the General Services Administration telephone switchboard and its operators in 1951, and right, Siri, Apple's virtual assis

    This combination of Associated Press file photos shows, left, the General Services Administration telephone switchboard and its operators in 1951, and right, Siri, Apple's virtual assis

    Posted: 1/23/2013 7:58:22 PM EST
    This combination of Associated Press file photos shows, left, the General Services Administration telephone switchboard and its operators in 1951, and right, Siri, Apple's virtual assistant, on the Apple iPhone 4S in 2011, in San Francisco. The number of switchboard and telephone operators in the U.S. fell from 182,000 to 73,000 in 10 years through 2010 because of new technology. (AP Photo)
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              FILE - This Feb. 3, 2012 file photo shows Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) headquarters in Washington. Just six blocks from the White House, the FBI's hulking headquarters overlook

    FILE - This Feb. 3, 2012 file photo shows Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) headquarters in Washington. Just six blocks from the White House, the FBI's hulking headquarters overlook

    Posted: 12/9/2012 8:18:27 AM EST
    FILE - This Feb. 3, 2012 file photo shows Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) headquarters in Washington. Just six blocks from the White House, the FBI's hulking headquarters overlooking Pennsylvania Avenue has long been the government building everyone loves to hate. The verdict: it's an ugly, crumbling concrete behemoth. An architectural mishap, all 2.4 million square feet of it. But in this time of tight budgets, massive deficits and the "fiscal cliff," the 38-year-old FBI headquarters building has one big thing in its favor. It sits atop very valuable real estate, an entire city block on American's Main Street midway between the U.S. Capitol and the White House. Just how valuable, the General Services Administration intends to find out. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta, File)
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              This undated photo provided by the General Services Administration shows kayakers near the Diamond Shoals Light Tower, located 13 miles off Cape Hatteras, N.C. David Schneider of Richfi

    This undated photo provided by the General Services Administration shows kayakers near the Diamond Shoals Light Tower, located 13 miles off Cape Hatteras, N.C. David Schneider of Richfi

    Posted: 11/21/2012 8:13:19 AM EST
    This undated photo provided by the General Services Administration shows kayakers near the Diamond Shoals Light Tower, located 13 miles off Cape Hatteras, N.C. David Schneider of Richfield, Minn., bought the light tower from the federal government for $20,000. He plans to visit for the first time in November, and hopes to use the tower's 5,000-square-feet of space for various research projects. (AP Photo/General Services Administration)
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    Posted: 5/3/2012 11:00:45 PM EST
    FILE - In this July 21, 2011 file photo House Ways and Means Oversight subcommittee Chairman Rep. Charles Boustany, R-La., speaks on Capitol Hill in Washington. It was a curious offer to contractors from a government agency: We'll give you a tax deduction for making federal buildings more energy efficient if you qualify and if you'll write us a check for 19 percent of the tax break's value.The General Services Administration (GSA), already under a cloud for a lavish Las Vegas employee conference, says that after seven months, it dropped its demand for the giveback requirement because there were no takers. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)
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    Posted: 4/18/2012 4:35:45 PM EST
    GSA Inspector General Brian Miller, left, and GSA Deputy Administrator Susan Brita, confer on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, April 17, 2012, while testifying before the House Economic Development, Public Buildings and Emergency Management subcommittee hearing of an excessive conference at a Las Vegas resort by General Services Administration officials in 2010. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)