Hotline Tips Triggering New Investigations into GSA
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The Democratic-controlled Senate took its turn Wednesday at sifting through the Government Services Administration scandal, focusing on further investigation and more oversight instead of demanding answers from the agency officials being held responsible for overspending and other potential abuses.

Agency Inspector General Brian Miller -- whose investigation of an $823,000 Las Vegas conference uncovered a slew of other questionable GSA expenditures -- said hotline tips are triggering new investigations.

Miller was joined by acting Government Services Administrator Dan Tagerhlini as the only two witnesses before the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee.

Tagerhlini, promoted when Administrator Martha Johnson resigned amid the April release of the inspector general's report, said he has also received a lot of information from employees through social media and an intra-agency email service.

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