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"If You See Something, Say Something" Security Campaign Expands

December 8, 2010

By Marie-Alice Denis
General Services Administration

WASHINGTON, Dec. 8, 2010 – The “If You See Something, Say Something” security awareness campaign launched by the Department of Homeland Security with support from GSA encourages federal employees and visitors nationwide to be more proactive if they see something suspicious, and to report it immediately to the authorities.

"GSA is pleased to partner with DHS to bring the ‘If You See Something, Say Something’ campaign to the over 9,000 properties we own or lease on behalf of the federal government," said GSA Administrator Martha Johnson.“The campaign is yet another important example of the work GSA and DHS do to ensure that our federal buildings are safe and welcoming to over 1 million federal employees and visitors alike."

Johnson, DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano, Federal Protective Service Director L. Eric Patterson, and GSA Public Buildings Service Commissioner Robert A. Peck were on hand Dec. 8 at the Ronald Reagan International Building in Washington, D.C., to announce the expansion of nationwide campaign to 9,000 federal buildings.

The campaign’s poster will be visible in all GSA buildings as a reminder to all to report any suspicious activities to help keep federal agencies safe and secure.


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