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GSA  Celebrates The “New Old” Modernistic Bozeman Federal Building

GSA Celebrates The “New Old” Modernistic Bozeman Federal Building

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2016 marks the 50th Anniversary of The National Historic Preservation Act of 1966,  a cornerstone of American historic preservation. It also marks the 50th Anniversary of the downtown Bozeman Federal Building and Post Office in Gallatin County, Montana. GSA along...
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Crossing Borders: GSA’s Historic Land Ports of Entry

Crossing Borders: GSA’s Historic Land Ports of Entry

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GSA’s monumental courthouses and custom houses often receive the most attention, but the smaller and lesser known U.S. Border Inspection Stations tell their own important story in our nation’s history.  Recently, the GSA Center for Historic Buildings studied and documented...
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Making sustainable procurement easier across government

Making sustainable procurement easier across government

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GSA is expanding our Sustainable Facilities Tool (SFTool) with a new pilot platform that streamlines sustainable product procurement for vendors and buyers. SFTool is an interactive website hosted by the GSA Office of Federal High-Performance Green Buildings that shows federal...
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America’s Architectural Treasures Continue to Serve Vital Government Role

America’s Architectural Treasures Continue to Serve Vital Government Role

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Preserving historic buildings is vital to understanding our nation’s heritage and respecting past generations. This is especially true in May, which is Historic Preservation Month. The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) is the guardian of more than 400 historic buildings...
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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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Going green saves green, but it’s not always easy. Human nature steers us to products and solutions that have served us well in the past, but these may not include the latest and greatest sustainability solutions. The Sustainable Facilities Tool...
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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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