About the GSA Blog
The General Services Administration delivers the best value in real estate, acquisition, and technology services to government and the American people.
The agencies and offices that make up the General Services Administration impact the lives of Americans every day by allowing government agencies to free up resources and better focus on their core missions of providing healthcare, veterans benefits, financial services, or defending our homeland.
Our work has a tremendous impact and this blog is one way of sharing the stories of that impact with the American people. In this space we'll provide news and commentary from agency leadership, with the goal of better connecting you to the General Services Administration.
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