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Inside GSA's "Over the Top" Vegas Bash
For a few days in Las Vegas in 2010, General Service Administration officials gathered for a conference that featured lots of fun and games but more than a year later spawned resignations and a law enforcement probe after a GSA Inspector General probe recently found massive waste. GSA officials, through a Freedom of Information Act request by The Washington Times, have released more than two dozen videos, hundreds of pictures and other documents that provide a comprehensive look into what one organizer called an "over the top" gathering.
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Schedule - with presentations and photos
- Keynote speakers: former NBA player Walter Bond and Bob Garner, who "holds a Master's in Religious Studies" and has been "recognized by the Academy of Magical Arts and Sciences in Hollywood, Califonia as one of the top mentalists in the world."
- Breakout Sessions and Customer Workshop (view presentations below)