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Open Workspace at GSA's 1800 F Headquarters
Reducing the workplace footprint can lead to major cost savings.
  • USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service will reduce its footprint from 43 state offices across the country to 12 regional locations which will create significant savings. Through the efforts to-date, the agency is projected to save more than $700,000 in annual real estate costs.

  • The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) will use GSA's Total Workplace to improve space efficiencies, reduce the agency’s footprint, and save the federal government more than $15 million in real estate costs over a ten year lease at their office in Seattle, Washington..

  • Increased teleworking at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), a reduction of rented space with subleasing, and the adoption of desk sharing, has allowed the agency to begin reducing its real estate footprint, resulting in a projected savings of $55 million in office real estate costs.

  • The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service is working with GSA’s Total Workplace to eliminate 72,200 square feet by consolidating three buildings in Northern Virginia, and saving taxpayers more than $3 million in annual real estate costs..

See how GSA’s Heartland Region cut their square footage by 42 percent.