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Region 11 Newsroom

GSA’s National Capital Region (NCR) issues news releases and publishes information relating to current development projects within the greater Washington, DC metro area.

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Two Projects...Two Awards

The National Capital Chapter of the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) awarded two GSA projects its 2014 CMAA Project of the Year Award - in seperate categories - both based in the National Capital Region. 

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News Around the National Capital Region

NCR's Matchmaking Session at OSBU's Small Business First Fair

(Left to right) Veronica Aquilar, OSBU Special Assistant, T.C Hairston, NCR Lease Execution Deputy Director, Julia E. Hudson, NCR Regional Administrator,Victoria Hartke, NCR Leasing Director, Helena Montfort, Lease Administration Executive Assistant, Kelly Cashwell, NCR Lease Administration Director

Joining forces in an ongoing effort to address the needs and concerns of small business, the National Capital Region (NCR) hosted a Subcontracting Matchmaking Session during the Office of Small Business Utilization's (OSBU) Small Business First Fair at Central Office on Wednesday, June 17, 2015. Read More

 

Transformation of Washington's "Grand Lady" Underway

The bells of the Old Post Office tower tolled as the Trump Organization broke ground on a two-year-long project to transform the Washington D.C. landmark into one of the area's premiere hotels. Read More

 

GSA Gets Green in New Carrollton 

Photo of IRS New Carrollton Financial Service Center

GSA Administrator Dan Tengherlini launched new green construction at the IRS New Carrollton Financial Service Center. The New Carrollton facility is one of two new Energy Savings Performance Contracts (ESPC) projects in the Washington, DC Metro Area. The New construction delivers on the Obama administration's goal to acquire $2 billion in energy efficiency upgrades at federal buildings over the next three years. Read More