A New Vision for Federal Buildings

Agencies are not just being asked to freeze the size of their offices, they’re now being asked to downsize. In our special report, A New Vision for Federal Buildings, Federal News Radio examines the creative ways agencies across the federal government are saving space and, in some cases, making money off of federal property.


  • As the government's landlord, the General Services Administration is coming up with creative approaches for how agencies can consolidate their workforces, rethink their office spaces and dispose of excess properties. In our latest special report, Federal News Radio takes an in-depth look at two projects receiving a lot of buzz: the renovation of the Old Post Office building and the relocation of the FBI headquarters.

  • In the absence of congressional authorization for another BRAC round, the Pentagon contemplates "alternative options" for base closure. Meanwhile, defense communities see fewer personnel spread across the same number of bases.