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National Preservation Month: Documenting a Legacy

National Preservation Month: Documenting a Legacy

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In 2005, the GSA Center for Historic Buildings embarked on a collaboration with the Library of Congress (LOC) to photograph twenty historic buildings under U. S. General Services Administration (GSA) stewardship. Producing copyright free photographs of monumental facades, lobbies and...
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GSA’s Energy Saving Projects Save Taxpayers Money

GSA’s Energy Saving Projects Save Taxpayers Money

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Today, during our Earth Day celebration, I had the pleasure of accepting an energy rebate check for the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) in the amount of $12,645.  The rebate was for a GSA’s energy saving project to replace over...
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Discover Cost-Effective, Sustainable Solutions with SFTool

Discover Cost-Effective, Sustainable Solutions with SFTool

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Editor’s Note: As steward to over 1500 Federal buildings — including many irreplaceable historic buildings in low-lying and other at-risk areas — the U.S. General Services Administration is sensitive to the threat of climate change. Fortunately, as the government’s leading...
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Courts, GSA Collaborate to Improve Service, Cut Costs

Courts, GSA Collaborate to Improve Service, Cut Costs

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Editor’s Note: This blog post was originally posted on the United States Court page here. The federal courts and the General Services Administration are moving forward with an “unprecedented collaboration” to improve property management services, in some cases in a...
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Q & A with Ana L.R. Rawson

Q & A with Ana L.R. Rawson

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The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) is commemorating Women’s History Month throughout March. The theme for the month is Working to Form a More Perfect Union: Honoring Women in Public Service and Government. In highlighting the women of GSA throughout...
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Q & A with Pamela Collins

Q & A with Pamela Collins

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The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) is commemorating Women’s History Month throughout March. The theme for the month is Working to Form a More Perfect Union: Honoring Women in Public Service and Government. In highlighting the women of GSA throughout...
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Van Buren Land Port of Entry Wins Prestigious National Award

Van Buren Land Port of Entry Wins Prestigious National Award

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The U.S. Land Port of Entry in Van Buren, Maine recently received the American Institute of Architects’ Honor Award, the profession’s highest acknowledgement. Located on a bluff overlooking the St. John River in northern Aroostook County, the border station was...
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Budgeting for Federal Infrastructure and Cybersecurity

Budgeting for Federal Infrastructure and Cybersecurity

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On February 9, President Obama submitted to Congress a fiscal year 2017 budget request that reflects his commitment to making investments in federal infrastructure and transforming how the government manages cybersecurity through the proposal of a $3.1 billion Information Technology...
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