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Special counsel Robert Mueller was able to acquire Trump for America Inc. transition team records after the General Services Administration violated protocol and ignored a written agreement to destroy them, according to a 285-page Senate report (Associated Press/File)

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The East Building, one of the historic structures that will be saved as part of the GSA decision to preserve OSS headquarters, the original Naval Observatory and other buildings adjacent to the State Dept.. (OSS Society)

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Brian Miller, a former inspector general for the General Services Administration, said federal managers may be hoarding resources, including employees who have little work to do. (Associated Press)

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Two Callas, one of the WPA artwork recovered by the GSA.

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House with Fence, one of the WPA artwork recovered by the GSA.

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Inspector General Brian Miller has testified about waste at the General Services Administration, but recovering New Deal artwork has given his agents a chance to work with federal workers in a more collaborative way. (Associated Press)

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The Accident, one of the WPA artwork recovered by the GSA.

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In the "Stronger than the Storm" campaign — administered by the state and funded by the federal government — winning bidder MWW listed jobs that appear on its federal pricing list. But it also listed other jobs in its proposal that don't appear on the company's General Services Administration price schedule. (Associated Press)

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General Services Administration deputy chief Susan Brita, seen here at a 2010 conference, was hailed as a “hero” by a congressional delegate for blowing the whistle on a costly gathering in Las Vegas.

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Bill Willis of the General Services Administration examines graves of Civil War soldiers - from the Confederacy and the Union - on the grounds of the former St. Elizabeths Hospital in the District on Thursday. (Barbara L. Salisbury/The Washington Times)

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