June 2015

Modernizing the "Requisition" Concepts

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One of the pleasures of managing programs at GSA is seeing traditional concepts given new life in response to changes in the commercial marketplace or within government itself.  We’ve seen that with t...
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Immigration: A Story of My American Family

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June has been designated Immigrant Heritage Month and I wanted to share my immigrant story and join the conversation happening across the country. My parents’ journey to our country and their experience as new Americans helped shape who I am...
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GSA Helps IRS Save Over $1M Annually in Rent

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Using a fully-integrated project management approach, GSA was able to help the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) reduce their office space at the Phillip Burton Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse in San Francisco by nearly 40 percent. This space...
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The Extraordinary Saga of Gay Head Light

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Moving an iconic 160-year-old, 400-ton national treasure from an eroding coastal bluff takes collaboration, and perseverance. Located at the western tip of Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts, Gay Head L...
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GSA is Working to Expand Opportunities for Small Business

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In Fiscal Year 2014, GSA spent more than $1.5 billion with small businesses. That represents almost 39 percent of dollars that were eligible for small businesses. That is more than 16 percent above th...
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Last Reviewed: 2020-11-23