Nancy Witherell, a historic preservation officer with GSA's Public Building Service, talks about managing and protecting 25% of the country's most famed buildings on Leaders and Legends.
In part two of Federal News Networks’ ongoing special report, GSA @ 70: Mission evolved, Administrator Emily Murphy discusses how this third distinct period of GSA history is different from her first stint in the 2000s and how she is setting the agency’s path forward.
AFGE is calling for “immediate transfer” of more than 2,000 federal employees at a multiagency facility in St. Louis with a history of hazardous materials mismanagement, including lead and asbestos.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Office of Government Ethics wants feedback on whether it should set restrictions on donations to legal expense funds for federal employees.
In today's Federal Newscast, a version of the Federal Employee Paid Leave Act is introduced into the Senate.
About a quarter of all federal leases held by the General Services Administration will expire within the next two years, giving the agency a big opportunity to renegotiate for long-term leases on buildings where agencies plan on staying put — and at a lower rate.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Veterans Affairs Department's inspector general released its review of the agency's implementation of the new Forever GI bill.
The General Services Administration has released a request for quotation for Phase One of its Center of Excellence discovery services, laying the groundwork for GSA to set up CoEs at new partner agencies.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Office of Personnel Management's inspector general assesses what the agency has done to improve its cybersecurity controls since the 2014 data breach.
House Oversight and Government Reform Committee members want a full briefing from GSA on its new plan for the FBI headquarters.
GSA's Dan Mathews pledged during his Aug. 3 swearing in ceremony to meet federal real estate needs with taxpayers' best interests in mind.
The Defense and Veterans Affairs departments are saddled with real estate they can't get rid of. Agencies are adept at adding, but slow to eliminate the obsolete.
Norm Dong, who spent three years as the commissioner of Public Buildings Service at GSA before leaving last month, said through a portfolio management process the agency is looking at federal real property assets and deciding which need to be maintained and which need to be disposed of.
House Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee on Economic Development, Public Buildings and Emergency Management approved the Public Buildings Reform Act. It includes reducing GSA's Public Buildings Service workforce to 2008 levels and freezing SES bonuses through 2014 across the entire agency.