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ELP and Me

ELP and Me

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Editor’s note: The Emerging Leaders Program facilitates the college-to-career transition by providing opportunities for recent college graduates in a variety of career tracks, including: Program Analyst, Contract Specialist, Financial Management Analyst, IT Specialist, Building Management Specialist, Realty Specialist, Project Management...
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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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In Case You Missed It: Economic Catalyst Initiative Launch Tour

In Case You Missed It: Economic Catalyst Initiative Launch Tour

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This week, Administrator Denise Turner Roth partnered with community leaders across the country to launch the General Services Administration’s nationwide Economic Catalyst Initiative. The new initiative aims to grow local economies by better aligning GSA’s building, leasing, and relocation plans with...
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Renewing Our Commitment to AbilityOne and SourceAmerica

Renewing Our Commitment to AbilityOne and SourceAmerica

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In addition to my role as an Assistant Commissioner for the Federal Acquisition Service, I also have the privilege of serving as one of President Obama’s appointees to the U.S. AbilityOne Commission. In that role, I work with colleagues from...
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Peace Corps Volunteers Bring Skills, Perspective to GSA

Peace Corps Volunteers Bring Skills, Perspective to GSA

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More than 30 GSA employees, myself included, recently packed into the former Administrator’s suite alongside agency hiring managers for a discussion with the heads of two federal agencies. The 30 of us all work at GSA, but we share another...
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Have A Question About Your Small Business? GSA Has The Answers.

Have A Question About Your Small Business? GSA Has The Answers.

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To help celebrate National Small Business Week, GSA will be answering your questions about doing business with the federal government during live online chats this Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. These 30 minute Q&A sessions will be open to anyone looking...
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Proposed Cuts Would Force Government to Default on Rent

Proposed Cuts Would Force Government to Default on Rent

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The House Appropriations Committee is now considering a Fiscal Year 2014 Appropriations bill that would make severe cuts to the budget for the General Services Administration (GSA).  The House Republican bill would cut nearly $2.5 billion from the President’s 2014...
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Setting the Record Straight on Small Business Contracts

Setting the Record Straight on Small Business Contracts

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The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) remains committed to expanding opportunities for small businesses as part of the agency’s mission to deliver the best value to federal partners and the American people. GSA ensures that highly competitive, well-prepared small businesses...
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GSA Exceeds Veteran Hiring Goals in 2013

GSA Exceeds Veteran Hiring Goals in 2013

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At GSA, we understand the importance of hiring the men and women who serve our nation and are committed to ensuring that our heroes have the opportunity of employment when they return home.  Veterans bring attributes employers desire – integrity,...
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