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Fort McCoy Public Affairs Office/Scott SturkolConstruction work is shown July 22, 2022, in the 1600 block of the cantonment area at Fort McCoy, Wis., on a second new transient training troops barracks project on the post.

Facing billions in facility backlogs, DoD looks to new pilot for ‘livable communities’

Defense officials want to demonstrate a new demolition and consolidation concept at five bases over the next three years.

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A big uptick in federal agencies’ deferred facility maintenance backlogs

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GPO vacates regional offices, embraces 100% telework for all eligible employees

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Congress Insurance Data Breach

Why the District of Columbia wants the federal government to fish or cut bait

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Washington D.C.’s commercial real estate industry is also wondering whether feds will return to work

The ongoing question of whether federal employees with offices in the District of Columbia will return four or five days a week, is not just a matter of…

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GSAGSA chief architect Chuck Hardy (left) demonstrates the new smart board where users can to make reservations to use specific space or test out the other technologies that support the new Workplace Innovation Lab at the agency’s headquarters building in Washington, D.C(Photo courtesy GSA)

Test out what your office space of the future could look like at GSA’s new innovation lab

The General Services Administration unveiled its Workplace Innovation Lab at its headquarters in Washington, D.C. with five furniture vendors to demonstrate…

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