GSA is utilizing the geographic information system ArcGIS to connect the public with maps and data on the budget

VISION UPDATE: February 29, 2015

February 22, 2016

The GSA Public Buildings Service’s FY17 budget request supports a long-term plan for federal real estate. GSA is utilizing the geographic information system ArcGIS to connect the public with maps and data on the budget. The geographic context is designed to deliver transparency and accountability. Take a look at the proposed projects which include:

*Boston, MA
John F. Kennedy Federal Building

*Queens, NY
Joseph P. Addabbo Federal Building

*Boyers, PA
New Federal Office Building (Site and Design/Related Services)

*Philadelphia, PA
William J. Green Jr. Federal Building

*Indianapolis, IN
Minton-Capehart Federal Building

*Detroit, MI
985 Michigan Ave

*Detroit, MI
Patrick V. McNamara Federal Building Garage

*Cleveland, OH
Carl B. Stokes U.S. Courthouse

*Kansas City, MO
2306/2312 Bannister Road

*Austin, TX
IRS Annex Building Purchase

*New Orleans, LA
F. Edward Hebert Federal Building

*Austin, TX
Austin Finance Center

*Pembina, ND
APHIS Building

*Calexico, CA
Calexico West Land Port of Entry Phase II

The budget proposal encompasses all aspects of the GSA vision from spurring economic development, collaborating with customer agencies, examining internal processes for efficiencies and sharing that information with the American public.


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GSA Releases RFPs
Region 1
Region 2
Region 5
Region 7
Region 9a


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