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GSA Launches Online Gallery of Public Art

GSA Launches Online Gallery of Public Art

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By Ann P. Kalayil, Regional Administrator, and Jennifer Gibson, Director, Art in Architecture and Fine Arts GSA owns of one of our nation’s oldest and largest public art collections with over 26,000 paintings, sculptures, prints, new media, and more. For...
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Fill Your Garage With These Stunning Cars

Fill Your Garage With These Stunning Cars

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GSA Auctions is a one-stop shop where you can find anything from computer printers and monitors to Blackhawk helicopters. When you need something a little more down-to-earth, however, head over to the Vehicles category, which has cars and trucks of...
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President Obama Awards Three GSA Execs

President Obama Awards Three GSA Execs

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This is the 30th anniversary of Public Service Recognition Week (PSRW) a celebration to honor the men and women who serve our nation as federal, state, county and local government employees. This week, we are showcasing the accomplishments and recognize...
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Historic Maps of America Up for Auction

Historic Maps of America Up for Auction

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130 years ago, as U.S. Geological Survey field crews traveled the country mapping every inch of terrain they could, they took their results and engraved them onto copper plates for printing topographic and geologic maps, cross sections, and other illustrations....
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Working Together to Make Government Greener

Working Together to Make Government Greener

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By Kevin Kampschroer, GSA Director of Office of Federal High Performance Green Buildings and Dr. Kathleen Hogan, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy  With hundreds of thousands of facilities and vehicles spread across the globe, the United States...
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Message from the Acting Administrator

Message from the Acting Administrator

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  Today, I had the honor of walking into work for the first time as the Acting Administrator of the U.S. General Services Administration. I joined GSA almost a year ago as Deputy Administrator, and since that day, I have...
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Presidential Legacies Live On Through GSA Buildings

Presidential Legacies Live On Through GSA Buildings

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One of the many ways we remember our past presidents of the United States is to name GSA-managed buildings in their honor. With Presidents Day coming up, check out which presidents have a GSA building named for them. The table...
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Forest Service Uses GSA’s Total Workplace to Create Wide Open Workspaces

Forest Service Uses GSA’s Total Workplace to Create Wide Open Workspaces

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The U.S. Forest Service (part of the Department of Agriculture) recently reconfigured the workspaces at its headquarters in Washington, D.C. with help from GSA’s Total Workplace team. Mina Wright’s team in the National Capitol Region (Stephanie Leedom and Niel Mahimtura) used Total...
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The First .gov Domains Hardcoded Into Your Browser as All-HTTPS

The First .gov Domains Hardcoded Into Your Browser as All-HTTPS

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Every .gov website, no matter how small, should give its visitors a secure, private connection. Plain HTTP (http://) connections are neither secure nor private, and can be easily intercepted and impersonated. In today’s web browsers, the best and easiest way...
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