Public Buildings Service

On the Road for Economic Development

On the Road for Economic Development

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This week, General Services Administrator Denise Turner Roth hit the road and travel to Atlanta to shine a light on GSA’s work as an economic catalyst for local economic development. Since Administrator Denise Turner Roth launched the GSA economic catalyst initiative...
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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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GSA Program Rents Federal Buildings for Major Motion Picture Projects

GSA Program Rents Federal Buildings for Major Motion Picture Projects

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(Editor’s Note: If you plan on watching the Oscars on Sunday, you might be interested in this blog post about GSA’s film location program. Originally posted in August 2013, this blog post explains how the program works and what GSA buildings...
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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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Northeast Caribbean Region Hosts Tour of Historic Buildings in New York

Northeast Caribbean Region Hosts Tour of Historic Buildings in New York

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The more than 400 historic buildings in GSA’s national inventory are some of the most significant and beautiful public facilities in the country. In fact, many major cities often have several such buildings located in their civic area and consider...
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Honoring All of Our Veterans

Honoring All of Our Veterans

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Throughout the United States, communities honor our Veterans in a multitude of ways. Some ways are fleeting, such as parades or ceremonies, and some more permanent like plaques, statues and memorials. GSA’s historic buildings often share local, state and national commemorations in...
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Throwback Thursday: Charleston Custom House

Throwback Thursday: Charleston Custom House

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As the 150th anniversary of the Civil War draws to a close in 2015, historians often look to the battles, politics and social changes that accompany that period, but there are also the multitude of individual stories of those affected...
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