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NEPA/Public Engagement

National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) requires federal agencies to consider the impacts that a proposed action may have on the human environment as part of their decision making process.   For the proposed action, GSA has determined that the preparation of an Environmental Assessment  (EA) is appropriate.  Public participation is the cornerstone of the NEPA process, and throughout the development of the EA, the public will be provided a number of opportunities to provide feedback to GSA.

GSA has already completed the NEPA process for the 1800 F Modernization and for the St. Elizabeths West Campus Development projects.  An EA and  Finding of No Significant Impact was prepared for the 1800 F Modernization and GSA has prepared  Environmental Impact Statements (EIS) and Records of Decision (ROD)  for the St. Elizabeths project. Copies of the St. Elizabeths EIS and ROD can be found at: www.stelizabethsdevelopment.com (non-government site).   Review a copy of the 1800 F EA/FONSI.

Upcoming Opportunities


Scoping period: April 14, 2014 through May 14, 2014

GSA is seeking input on the “scope” of the EA. Scoping is the best time to get involved in the process! Your input at this stage is invaluable in helping GSA identify early issues and concerns that should be considered in our decision making. 

Scoping comments will be accepted through May 14, 2014. Comments can either be emailed to: cottonannexrob@gsa.gov 

or mailed to:

Suzanne Hill, Regional Environmental Planning Officer

U.S. General Services Administration, NCR

301 7th ST. SW, Room 4004

Washington, DC 20407

Public Open House

GSA held a public open house on April 30, 2014. Read the informational banners, slide deck, and newsletter from the event.

Project Management

Brett Banks
Project Manager
Office of Portfolio Management

Danielle Breaux
Project Manager
Office of Planning and Design Quality

Abdur-Rahman Dawud
Director of Planning
Office of Planning and Design Quality

U.S. General Services Administration
Public Buildings Service
301 7th Street, SW, Suite 4004
Washington, DC 20407
 

cottonannexrob@gsa.gov


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