Historic Preservation

Historic Preservation in the 21st Century

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Sustaining a stewardship ethic of responsible planning and resource management requires flexibility and resilience to respond to an environment of changing missions and economic circumstances. Since t...
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Giving a Historic Building in Central Illinois a New Life

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To make the most efficient, cost-effective use of its real estate assets, GSA evaluates our existing portfolio to find properties no longer critical to the government’s operations. This helps save money by reducing the operating costs of federal...
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GSA Commemorates Preservation Month 2017

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During Preservation Month each May, GSA celebrates our historic buildings and the important ongoing roles they play in the growth of our nation. These 487 courthouses, laboratories, agency headquarter...
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Portland's Gus J. Solomon U.S. Courthouse is a star attraction

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The Gus J. Solomon U.S. Courthouse is a star—Portland, Ore.’s symbol of progress in its day—built on the cusp of the Great Depression, surrounded by the precious treasures that characterize grace and style and exude a quietly elegant demeanor touched...
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Celebrating 67 years of American service

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Last week, we shared our second blog of this three part series, highlighting some unique facts about the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA). Today we are proud to release our final edition of...
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Celebrating 67 Years of American Service

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Part two of a three-part look at GSA’s historyLast week, we shared our first blog of this three part series, highlighting some unique facts about the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA). Today...
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Celebrating 67 Years of American Service

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As the arm of procurement and real estate, the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) has always been a leader and innovator for the federal government, but our agency has evolved in many ways since inception on July 1, 1949. When he signed the...
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