The Public Buildings Reform Board has identified a dozen high-value, excess properties it recommends putting up for expedited sale or disposal by the General Services Administration.
New-to-Washington political appointees, hoping to dilute or eliminate teleworking in their agencies, maybe got a dose of reality this week.
In today’s Federal Newscast, following recent shootings on military bases, the Marines is allowing its law enforcement officers to carry concealed firearms.
The General Services Administration does a decent job of meeting cost and schedules for new buildings and remodeling projects, but it fails to make note of when the costs or schedules are revised.
Try getting employees on board before yanking an agency 1,000 or 2,000 miles away.
The Assistant Secretary of State for diplomatic security, Michael Evanoff, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin for details on the Foreign Affairs Security Training Center.
Changes in the 2020 Basic Allowance for Housing rates vary widely across the U.S., with some locales seeing increases of nearly 30% and others falling by more than 10%.
Not all of the national parks encompass millions of acres, or cover mountains and valleys. Some derive their significance from what occurred in that spot.
Advances in data analytics have given PBS better insight into its real property portfolio and has helped the agency maximize the efficiency of its buildings.
Christine Altendorf, the chief of Engineering and Construction for the Army Corps of Engineers, has won a Presidential Rank Award.
For a variety of reasons, many U.S. military installations are in danger of insufficient water.
With half of GSA’s private leases set to expire in the next five years, the agency and its Public Buildings Services has a chance to shrink the government’s real estate footprint.
The final agreement maintains the NDAA’s decades-long reputation of must-pass legislation, but punts thorny border issues to the still-unsettled appropriations process.
The FBI says it’s not ready to release the identity of the Saudi aviation student who killed three people at the Naval Air Station Pensacola in Florida