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In the business of going green (Part 1)

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Often when we hear ‘going green,’ big, new initiatives come to mind. The electrification of the fleet. Seeking to reduce the embodied carbon impact of building materials. Or using Artificial Intellige...
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GSA Commits to New Greenhouse Gas Reduction Target

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Will Reduce Operational Emissions 54% by FY2025; Leader Among Federal AgenciesPhoto (above): This is the lobby of the nation’s first net-zero energy usage historic building at the Wayne Aspinall Feder...
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GSA Goes Green in Washington, DC

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Agency Holds Industry Day on Sustainability in Leased Buildings, Participates in Smarter DC Challenge Last week, GSA held an industry day on sustainability in leased buildings at its headquarters buil...
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Working Together to Make Government Greener

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By Kevin Kampschroer, GSA Director of Office of Federal High Performance Green Buildings and Dr. Kathleen Hogan, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy On February 20, 2...
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Washington State Weeping Willow Selected as Heritage Tree

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(Left to Right) Greater Puget Sound Service Center Director Linda Chandler, Northwest/Arctic Region Regional Administrator George Northcroft, Mayor Nancy Backus, and Services Center Division Director...
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Fact Friday: FY14 Climate Change Risk Management Plan

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The U.S. General Services Administration’s (GSA) FY14 Climate Change Risk Management Plan contains specific actions to guide the agency in building the capabilities, capacity, and confidence it needs...
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FAS Seeks Savings Through Sustainability

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This year, FAS Commissioner Tom Sharpe has a lot talked about creating a great customer experience and the future of the Federal Acquisition Service. We’ve also talked about the great work we do, and...
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Last Reviewed: 2021-06-09