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GSA AdvantageSelect: The Right Product, Right Now

GSA AdvantageSelect offers per-competed items for purchase by all federal customers without additional competition. This streamlined process enables agencies to meet socioeconomic goals.

GSA Participates in Back to Business Conference

GSA Region 4 participated in the Metro Atlanta 2015 Back to Business Conference. The event, now in its fourth year, was hosted by Atlanta City Council President Ceasar C. Mitchell, The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) and GSA.

GSA Supports Small Business at Missile Defense Agency (MDA) Annual Conference

GSA supported MDA in conjunction with the National Defense Industrial Association Huntsville Chapter at its annual Small Business Programs Conference in Huntsville, AL, August 13th-14th, 2015.

GSA Donates Computers to South Florida School

On July 31, 2015, GSA announced its donation of 50 gently used laptop computers to Endeavour Elementary Schools in Cocoa, Florida. The equipment was donated through the agency’s Computers for Learning program.

Southern Courthouses Named Historic Landmarks

The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals courthouses that played a prominent role in the modern civil rights movement have been designated as national historic landmarks.

Region 4 LeadershipTorre Jessup, Regional Administrator

Torre J. Jessup was appointed to serve as Regional Administrator for the General Services Administration’s (GSA) Southeast Sunbelt Region by President Barack Obama, effective August 6, 2014.  

As Regional Administrator, Jessup oversees the delivery of real estate, technology and procurement solutions to government and the American people in eight states, including Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee.  Jessup’s portfolio encompasses responsibility for 1000 federal employees, 44 million square feet of owned and leased real estate, a $10 billion procurement operation, and a 40,000 vehicle fleet.  

Jessup’s Presidential Appointment was preceded by nearly 20 years of public service in his native North Carolina where he represented the Office of Congressman Mel Watt as District Director and in various liaison roles.   During his tenure there, Jessup set policy objectives, oversaw district-level strategy and operations, and managed outreach and constituent affairs.

Jessup has served appointments on the North Carolina Human Relations Commission and the Charlotte Metropolitan Transit Finance Working Group.  He is a graduate of Morehouse College where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in sociology with a concentration in criminal justice.



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