Waxman: Doan Investigation Continues

House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Henry Waxman, D-Calif., said Monday that the investigation into the leadership of the General Services Administration continues, despite the fact that there are no hearings scheduled. "We're not holding public hearings on [Doan's alleged misconduct], but we're continuing our investigation into GSA," Waxman said.

On March 28, Waxman held the first and only hearing into whether GSA Administrator Lurita Doan violated a law that prohibits political activity within government offices, among other allegations.

The Office of Special Counsel is expected to release next week a report on Doan's alleged violation of the Hatch Act, sources have told Government Executive.