Contractors fear that GSA scandal will lead to fewer federal construction contracts

In the wake of the recent scandal at the General Services Administration in which workers spent lavishly at a Las Vegas conference, a spokesman for Associated General Contractors of America said contractors are worried the scandal will result in cuts to GSA's construction and renovation budgets.

April 26, 2012 |

In the wake of the recent scandal at the General Services Administration in which workers spent lavishly at a Las Vegas conference, a spokesman for Associated General Contractors of America said contractors are worried the scandal will result in cuts to GSA's construction and renovation budgets.

Rep. Jo Anne Emerson, R-Mo., chairwoman of the House appropriations panel that oversees GSA, said she intends to cut GSA's budget next year.

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