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GSAGSA chief architect Chuck Hardy (left) demonstrates the new smart board where users can to make reservations to use specific space or test out the other technologies that support the new Workplace Innovation Lab at the agency’s headquarters building in Washington, D.C(Photo courtesy GSA)

Test out what your office space of the future could look like at GSA’s new innovation lab

The General Services Administration unveiled its Workplace Innovation Lab at its headquarters in Washington, D.C. with five furniture vendors to demonstrate…

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The GSA administrator on the agency’s plans for the President’s management agenda in 2023

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OMB highlights federal workforce, customer experience targets met under PMA

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GSA looks to reach 100M Login.gov users by year’s end, starting with VA partnership

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Two small agencies win awards from Technology Modernization Fund board

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Agency evaluation offices reviewing equity in pandemic spending and recovery

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FILE - This May 25, 2021, file photo shows a U.S. Passport cover in Washington. Americans hoping to travel abroad this summer may have to delay their plans if they need new or renewed passports. Would-be travelers are overwhelming federal offices as the lifting of COVID-19 travel restrictions unleashes a pent-up demand for passports. Wait times for new passports and renewals are now up to 18 weeks and those seeking expedited appointments can take up to 12 weeks. (AP Photo/Eileen Putman, File)

State Dept. says it’s back to sending passports out at pre-pandemic levels

In today’s Federal Newscast, the State Department says it can now get passports out to customers in a matter of weeks.

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(AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)The General Services Administration (GSA) building is seen, Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2020, in Washington. General Service Administrator Emily Murphy, the head of the obscure federal government agency that is holding up Joe Biden's presidential transition, appeared to know she might be facing a messy situation after the votes came in. Prior to Nov. 3, Emily Murphy, the head of the General Services Administration, held a Zoom call with Dave Barram, 77, a man who was in her shoes 20 years earlier during the contested 2000 election between George W. Bush and Al Gore. Barram said he advised her to

GSA sets goals to shrink federal office space post-COVID, but needs to address maintenance backlog

The General Services Administration sees a unique opportunity to reduce the federal government’s office footprint over the coming years, as agencies…

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GSA awards coworking space contract in bid to rethink federal office space

The contract for coworking space builds on what GSA and Public Buildings Service officials have already described as a long-term rethinking of federal office space.

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