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  • GSA Partnerships with Native American Tribes

    | GSA Blog Team
    National Native American Heritage Month honors the contributions of Native peoples and cultures to the United States, as well as the historical injustices they have faced, and our shared obligation to...
  • GSA Turns 72

    | GSA Blog Team
    While July 1st always marks GSA’s birthday celebrations, this year is extra special because today we welcome our new administrator: Robin Carnahan. Welcome to the GSA family, Robin!Another passing yea...
  • GSA responds to multi-state, multi-disaster needs

    | The GSA Blog Team

    The top priority of the federal government as we work to support state and local authorities in response to Hurricanes Harvey and Irma is protecting the life and safety of those in impacted areas.

    The U.S. General Services Administration is responding swiftly to a variety of needs as part of the federal government’s response to recent hurricanes in the Caribbean and Gulf Coast states and territories.

  • San Diego Summit Opens Doors to Technology Partnerships

    | Andrew McMahon, Pacific Rim Regional Administrator & Senior Technology Advisor
    On March 18, the U.S. General Services Administration will co-host the San Diego Summit on Emerging Digital Technology and Government as part of our work to bring new, emerging technology to the federal government. It will be a day of sharing what we...
  • Budgeting for Federal Infrastructure and Cybersecurity

    | Denise Turner Roth, GSA Administrator
    On February 9, President Obama submitted to Congress a fiscal year 2017 budget request that reflects his commitment to making investments in federal infrastructure and transforming how the government...
  • GSA, Congressman Cuellar and CPB Announce Award of Gateway to the Americas Port of Entry in Laredo, Texas

    | Tina Jaegerman, Public Affairs Officer, Greater Southwest Region
    On February 19, the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA), along with Congressman Henry Cuellar and the Department of Homeland Security’s Custom and Border Protection (CBP) announced the $26.8 million construction award to modernize and expand...
  • GSA's Computers for Learning Program: The Art of Being an Economic Catalyst

    | Ann P. Kalayil, Regional Administrator, Great Lakes Region
    Growing the General Services Administration (GSA) into an Economic Catalyst requires a lot of big-picture thinking to help empower local economies. GSA’s Computers for Learning (CFL) program lets us be an Economic Catalyst on the ground in local...
  • GSA-DHA Health IT Partnership

    | Mary Davie, Assistant Commissioner, Integrated Technology Services

    Recently, General Services Administration’s Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) and the Defense Health Agency entered into a strategic seven-year partnership representing an estimated $5.4 billion in spend for critical Health IT services and solutions. Through this partnership, DHA will direct new health IT procurements to GSA IT contracts, including IT Schedule 70 and the Alliant, Alliant SB, 8(a)STARS II, and VETS Governmentwide Acquisition Contracts.

  • Introducing New MAS Transformation Lead: Judith Zawatsky

    | Tom Sharpe, FAS Commissioner
    Judith Zawatsky, New MAS Transformation Lead2016 is shaping up to be another busy year for GSA and FAS. Budgets remain tight across the federal government and agencies rely on us to help them find the...
  • Federal Workforce On Duty During Winter Storm

    | David Shive , GSA Chief Information Officer
    Last week’s winter storm pummelled the East Coast of the United States, leaving as much as 30 inches of snow across the region. Despite federal buildings being closed due to impassable roads and suspended mass transit, U.S. General Service...