The GSA struggles to keep a real estate sale program on track
The General Services Administration has completed two rounds of a three-round plan to sell off unneeded federal buildings. It hasn’t gone well, according to Congressional auditors. Sales took too long, and a special recommendation board said it therefore didn’t have the money to discover other buildings to sell. Can this program get on track? For details, Federal Drive host Tom Temin spoke with the acting director of physical infrastructure issues at the Government Accountability Office, Jill Naamane.