Federal real estate is not immune from the White House’s new comprehensive governmentwide reorganization plan. The proposals aim to speed up sales process for offloading surplus property and create a permanent building project fund.
As the Senate has a few extra weeks to work, here are several bills worth keeping an eye on this summer.
A district court judge has ruled GSA wrongfully withheld documents for a Freedom of Information Act request looking for Trump transition team documents about the Trump Hotel.
The General Services Administration says it wants to move away from leases in favor of federally-owned property.
Lawmakers are looking to get their arms around ways to sell or redevelop underused real estate owned by the federal government. But in order to do that, they’ll need to drill down on the General Services Administration’s ongoing catalog of more than 300,000 government-owned assets.
The commander of the Army’s Installation Management Command says joint basing has eroded warfighting readiness, and failed to save any money.
In today’s Federal Newscast, 24 agencies plan to consolidate their office space in the coming years according to the Government Accountability Office.
House Oversight and Government Reform Committee members want a full briefing from GSA on its new plan for the FBI headquarters.
In her first interview since being confirmed, GSA Administrator Emily Murphy expands on her focus areas.
When Congress isn’t negotiating on spending caps or budget deals for this fiscal year and the next, members are considering other pieces of legislation that could have an impact on your work.
Construction of a new Veterans Affairs hospital in Aurora, Colorado, is 98 percent complete. But lawmakers are still frustrated that VA will have to keep the existing medical center open for another three-to-five years.
In Episode 2 of Bureauchat, Federal News Radio reporters Meredith Somers and Nicole Ogrysko catch up on vacant offices in the federal government — both the literal and bureaucratic ones. They also have a special holiday treat to get you in the mood to spread federal cheer.
The Senate stays silent on a pay raise for federal employees in its 2018 appropriations bill, meaning civilian workers are closer to a 1.9 percent boost next year.
Emily Murphy, the nominee to be the next administrator of the General Services Administration, received broad support from both sides of the aisle.