October 2014

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 to address the risks faced by the agency in a…

Putting A Face on AbilityOne: Part 2

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In my previous blog post, I focused on the experience of three AbilityOne participants who work at a GSA retail store halfway around the world in Guam.  I think it helps all of us when we have an opportunity to personalize an important program like…

When It Comes to Building Performance, GSA Strives for Operational Excellence

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Design Excellence and Construction Excellence are the centerpieces for quality in the U.S. General Services Administration’s (GSA) Major Construction Program. These initiatives ensure the selection of the best possible architects and integrated…

GSA Fleet Saves Green

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The U.S. General Services Administration’s (GSA) Office of Motor Vehicle Management and Fleet Services is getting the best price for American taxpayers while simultaneously offering customer agencies affordable, fuel efficient vehicles. In October,…

Putting a Face on AbilityOne: Part 1

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I’ve been blogging a lot about the importance of GSA’s partnership with AbilityOne lately.  In April, I looked back and celebrated GSA’s 65-year history with the program, and in September, I explained how we plan to work together as…

GSA Aims to Attract More Bees with Honey Policy

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The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA), which provides workspace for more than one million federal workers, is working to improve its accommodations for many smaller but no less important tenants – namely the honey bees and other pollinators…

Taxpayers, Small Biz Win with GSA’s ReverseAuction

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Competition fuels savings. GSA ReverseAuction’s fiscal year 2014 performance is a testament to this principle.…

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