Public Engagement

Public Service Recognition Week

Recognizing Public Service


Since 1985, the first week of May has been designated Public Service Recognition Week - a time to honor the people serving as federal, state, local, and tribal government employees. Earlier this week, the Partnership for Public Service announced the 29…

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Our People Make the Difference


Every day, GSA employees are making a difference by working together to advance our agency’s mission to deliver value and savings in real estate, acquisition, technology, and other mission-support services across the government.This week, the…

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GSA responds to multi-state, multi-disaster needs


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. …

Southeast Sunbelt Region Supports Computers for Learning Program


The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) has had the privilege to support the great work of the Computers for Learning Program (CFL) in school systems throughout the Southeast Sunbelt Region over the last several years. The opportunity to donate…

Making it Easier for Small Businesses to Do Business with GSA


Small businesses are the backbone of our economy and are essential to creating the jobs our country needs. That is why here at the U.S. General Services Administration we are committed to make it easier for all businesses — especially small…

Dan Tangherlini Talks Leadership with High School Students


Recently, a group of students from Mount Madonna School in Watsonville, California visited GSA as part of a “Government in Action” tour that also saw them sit down for conversations with members of Congress, non-profit organizations, private…

#FBC14: The Finals


It all comes down to this. Sixteen buildings began the competition, and after two weeks of tough voting, we have the final pairing. From San Francisco, comes the recently renovated 50 UN Plaza which will battle it out with the Hipolito F. Garcia…

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Federal Building Challenge 2014


Update: Round 1 polls are closed. Get the Round 2 matchups now.Spring is here (current weather notwithstanding), and as the grass and trees turn green, we turn our attention to the green buildings in the federal portfolio. …

Archbishop Desmond Tutu Visits African Burial Ground National Monument in NYC


GSA’s Northeast and Caribbean Region, in coordination with the National Park Service, was honored to welcome the Archbishop Desmond Tutu and his daughter, Reverend Mpho Tutu, to the African Burial Ground National Monument in New York City on Tuesday…

Last Reviewed: 2021-12-23