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GSA Economic Catalyst Spotlight – Baltimore

GSA Economic Catalyst Spotlight – Baltimore

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The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) recently partnered with Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Nate Loewentheil, head of the President’s Task Force for Baltimore and senior advisor on the White House National Economic Council, to announce the sale of the...
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The Extraordinary Saga of Gay Head Light

The Extraordinary Saga of Gay Head Light

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Moving an iconic 160-year-old, 400-ton national treasure from an eroding coastal bluff takes collaboration, and perseverance. Located at the western tip of Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts, Gay Head Light was built in 1856 when the channel below the bluff was said...
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GSA Delivers Barges With Aplomb

GSA Delivers Barges With Aplomb

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On August 8, I was directed by the Property Center of Expertise to enter two ex-U.S.S. Sarasota bresting barges into GSAXcess for a two-day, expedited screening. The U.S. Navy was moving the U.S.S. Sarasota to a new location and needed...
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Fact Friday: Here’s What Recycling 26.5 Tons of Electronics Looks Like

Fact Friday: Here’s What Recycling 26.5 Tons of Electronics Looks Like

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In a blog earlier this year, we talked about the strategy for the responsible use and disposal of electronics in the federal government. Recently, at an electronic recycling event in Philadelphia, Pa., we put this strategy into action by asking...
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Looking for that unique holiday gift? Check out GSA Auctions

Looking for that unique holiday gift? Check out GSA Auctions

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How about stuffing a stocking with an AH-46 Chinook US Army helicopter? Or firing up your fireplace with some grade A sustainable kindling? Have you got space in your garage for this classic car? Who doesn’t like fried food during the...
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GSA Personal Property Team Delivers Customer Service While Saving Taxpayer Dollars

GSA Personal Property Team Delivers Customer Service While Saving Taxpayer Dollars

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The Northwest/Arctic Region Property Division is committed to providing the customer service and delivering the kind of value in GSA’s new mission and priorities. In the past year, the Property Division has helped with the transfer, disposal or donation of...
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Georgetown Heating Plant Gets Ready for the Auction Block

Georgetown Heating Plant Gets Ready for the Auction Block

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Nearly 100 visitors and potential bidders attended GSA’s industry day for a briefing and tour of the Georgetown Heating Plant. The property will be up for auction in the coming months. Selling unused property realizes the U.S. General Services Administration’s...
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GSA Saves ROTC Program $1.5 Million

GSA Saves ROTC Program $1.5 Million

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Over the past four years, GSA has helped save the military more than $1.5 million in transportation costs by providing innovative solutions to accommodate their annual training. Each summer, for two weeks, several hundred Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) candidates...
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GSA Gets Rid of Excess Property, Saves Taxpayer Dollars

GSA Gets Rid of Excess Property, Saves Taxpayer Dollars

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As part of GSA’s mission to effectively manage government assets, we are disposing of properties that are no longer needed. We are making more efficient use of the government’s real estate assets and saving taxpayer dollars by getting underutilized properties...
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GSA Tackles Excess Property, Saves Taxpayer Dollars

GSA Tackles Excess Property, Saves Taxpayer Dollars

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Today, GSA’s Deputy Assistant Commissioner for Real Property Utilization and Disposal Flavio Peres updated Congress on our agency’s efforts to dispose of excess property and save taxpayer dollars. The meeting took place at the Georgetown Heating Plant in Washington, DC,...
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