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As you return to the office, the office space must evolve

Chuck Hardy, the chief architect at GSA, said the agency has learned a great deal about the future of office space from the feedback of 1,800 registered users.

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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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From IT to workforce to CX, agencies must justify their investments decisions in 2024

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Senate passes $1.5T omnibus spending deal seeking state of the federal workforce updates

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FILE - In this Nov. 1, 2017, file photo, traffic along Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington streaks past the Federal Bureau of Investigation headquarters building. The FBI has been shaken by a series of sexual misconduct cases involving senior leadership over the past few years, including two new claims brought in December 2020 by women who say they were sexually assaulted by supervisors. (AP Photo/J. David Ake, File)

Building Back Greener: Does federal government still need as much space post-COVID?

In part 3 of Federal News Network’s special report, agencies face a tricky question with the widespread success of telework: Does the federal government…

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The General Services Administration tore down walls in its headquarters building to create an open-office design in 2013.

GSA to add 1,000 more people to its DC headquarters

Administrator Emily Murphy told staff Wednesday that GSA would be consolidating its National Capital Region office into its main building in Washington, D.C.

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FILE - This Sept. 21, 2017 file photo shows The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Building in Washington. The EPA says an internal task force appointed to revamp how the nation's most polluted sites are cleaned up generated no record of its deliberations. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais, File)

EPA tells Las Vegas employees to relocate, retire or resign

More than 50 Environmental Protection Agency employees based in Las Vegas, Nevada will soon face the decision of relocating across the country, retiring or resigning.

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