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D.C. would like all that excess federal office space given up.
A comprehensive spending bill for the rest of fiscal 2023 outlines a plan for federal buildings, including a way forward for the headquarters of two federal law enforcement agencies.
The Postal Service is expanding plans for electric delivery vehicles in its future fleet, a strategy that puts the agency ahead of the Biden administration’s net-zero emissions goals across the federal government.
The General Services Administration buys many things. Since 1972, it has commissioned some 500 works of art to hang in — or otherwise adorn — federal buildings.
The infrastructure spending bill enacted earlier this year includes $7.5 billion to install chargers for electric cars. In response, the energy and transportation departments set up a joint office.
Robin Carnahan, the administrator of GSA, said federal employees in Washington, D.C., San Francisco and Denver during the week of Nov. 14 will be able to test out commercial co-working spaces for free.
Federal agencies have some catching up to do to meet the Biden administration’s zero-emission vehicle goals. Electric vehicles make up less than 1% of the federal fleet.
The General Services Administration has completed two rounds of a three round plan to sell off unneeded federal buildings. It hasn't gone all that well.
In today's Federal Newscast: A BRIGHT idea by lawmakers could save millions of taxpayer dollars. The Biden administration takes steps to loosen COVID-19 restrictions. And the IRS moves toward establishing the Federal Contractor Tax Check System.
The Homeland Security Department's headquarters project might be one of the longest running construction programs in government history. Planning started more than 17 years ago. And the latest estimates pegged the completion date now at 2027.
The Postal Service is moving ahead with plans to consolidate the delivery operations of more than 200 post offices and other facilities into large, regional hubs.
The Biden administration is instructing agencies on how to build up the federal workforce to meet its green-government goals.
A former Public Buildings Service commissioner said aligning clean energy and other sustainability goals with agency missions is central to achieving low carbon benchmarks.
Housing has long been a major benefit for service members, a subsidy to salaries that trail the private sector