Rocky Mountain Region Newsroom

GSA's Rocky Mountain Region Public Affairs Office, located in Denver, issues media releases and advisories to provide the public with important information on GSA projects and activities within the six states of Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming.

GSA News provides up-to-date information on programs, initiatives, and news of importance to GSA Clients. GSA's Reference Library includes the latest bulletins, extracts of executive orders, speeches, regulations and other documents about GSA.

 

 Protecting & Conserving Water

Striving to be Water Responsible All Year Long" and copy to go with that new title: Did you know that GSA and the federal government have some of the most ambitious sustainability goals found? Conserving water is important. Why? Because it keeps water clean and pure and conserves the environment. Also, our water supply is not endless. About two percent of earth’s freshwater is locked in glaciers and ice caps, while 97 percent is salt water. That means that only one percent of water on earth is available for drinking. Take a look to see what we are doing to increase our water savings here at the DFC Read the full story

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Emerging Trends In Federal Workplaces Save Money, Increase Efficiency

GSA’s Region 8 Headquarters office in Building 41 embarked on its next phase of workplace transformation. Completed in June 2015, the office space now features a complete open office concept with a plethora of meeting and collaborative spaces, assigned/unassigned/hoteling seating options, a quiet zone, and two large social zones. Employees at all levels were engaged throughout the process to ensure that the work space supports the many work patterns and activities of their day The space represents how GSA does business and focuses on the importance of mission and people. It is about choice and flexibility, and it puts an emphasis on wellness through daylighting, mobility, and variety. The space strives to provide a balance between private and collaborative options in an activity-based and zoned design. The space supports GSA's mission and because of this, the new workplace also serves as a living model of the modern workplace for their federal customers.

lounge area in B41
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GSA has been able to reduce its footprint by 50% resulting in 136 sf per person. Rent savings exceeds $850K per year, with a project payback realized in less than three years. Most federal agencies are faced with having to reduce their real estate footprint, doing more with less and finding ways to save money. Sometimes it’s hard to imagine what a new workplace would look like and what it can accomplish, so take advantage of the tours that the GSA provides to federal customers so you too can be exposed to new ideas and concepts of a modern workplace.


For tours, contact Andrew Myers at andrew.myers@gsa.gov


DFC Employee Spotlight

Learn more about Denver Federal Center Employees.

 

Bringing the comforts of home into the workplace with the Union Station Lounge Furniture

Bringing the comforts of home into the workplace with the Union Station Lounge Furniture

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Huddle up in our 2-4 person huddle rooms

Huddle up in our 2-4 person huddle rooms

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Keep moving on the walk and work treadmill

Keep moving on the walk and work treadmill

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Collaborate at this MediaScape in Union Station

Collaborate at this MediaScape in Union Station

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Do heads down work in the Regis Neighborhood aka Quiet Zone

Do heads down work in the Regis Neighborhood aka Quiet Zone

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Concentrate and focus in the Regis Neighborhood aka Quiet Zone

Concentrate and focus in the Regis Neighborhood aka Quiet Zone

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Last Reviewed 2016-04-19