Alternative Launches After Fiscal Mismanagement Downs Government Travel Group

By | January 13, 2016

After three decades in operation, the Society of Government Travel Professionals last spring lost its tax-exempt nonprofit status. It had failed to file required Internal Revenue Service documents for three consecutive years. Sources said the organization's board blames its former executive director, Rick Singer. SGTP last year fired his company, the now-defunct Edge Consulting, which had been providing executive director services for several years.

SGTP in recent years had run two main conferences, AnCon and EdCon. But in 2015, government travel professionals were left with a dearth of dedicated . . .

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