GSA official Jeffrey Neely is really in the dog house now. Congress has released a report detailing the extent of his personal travels and vacations paid for with government money. According to the report, Neely made two four-day visits to Hawaii and Napa, California in March— days before he was placed on leave at the General Services Administration. He also spent $823,000 during a four-day 2010 GSA training conference in Las Vegas. Neely reportedly took five trips totaling 44 days, including a 17-day adventure to Hawaii, Guam and Saipan.