GSA to Cut Fees on Agencies’ Use of its Contracts

September 12, 2012

The General Services Administration said it will reduce fees it charges other agencies to use some of its services contracts, potentially saving agencies millions of dollars a year.

Acting Administrator Dan Tangherlini announced the plans Wednesday at a hearing of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee.

Tangherlini said GSA also will consolidate numerous offices. The new measures stem from an agencywide review he conducted after an April 2 report detailed lavish spending at an $823,000 2010 conference in Las Vegas that forced the removal of top GSA officials.

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