April 2016

Earth Day Hackathon Helps the Government Go Green

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Since taking office, President Obama has made creating a more sustainable federal government one of his most important priorities. As the government’s leading supplier of utilities, buildings, vehicle...
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GSA’s Energy Saving Projects Save Taxpayers Money

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Today, during our Earth Day celebration, I had the pleasure of accepting an energy rebate check for the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) in the amount of $12,645.  The rebate was for a GSA’s energy saving project to replace over 200 standard...
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GSA Acts on Climate

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In June 2015, President Obama issued an Executive Order to cut the federal government’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 40 percent. Since 2008, GSA has supported the President’s efforts by cutting t...
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GSA Headquarters Celebrates Earth Day

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Editor’s Note: As steward to over 1500 Federal buildings — including many irreplaceable historic buildings in low-lying and other at-risk areas — the U.S. General Services Administration is sensitive to the threat of climate change. Fortunately, as the...
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Greening the GSA Fleet Everyday, Not Just On Earth Day

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Most of us celebrate only on April 22nd, but every day is Earth Day for the U.S General Services Administration’s (GSA) Office of Fleet Management (a.k.a. Fleet). They work 365 days a year to “green” the federal automotive fleet and make sure agencies...
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Discover Cost-Effective, Sustainable Solutions with SFTool

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Going green saves green, but it’s not always easy. Human nature steers us to products and solutions that have served us well in the past, but these may not include the latest and greatest sustainability solutions. The Sustainable Facilities Tool was...
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GSA Quenches Thirst For Knowledge

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Editor’s Note: As steward to over 1500 Federal buildings — including many irreplaceable historic buildings in low-lying and other at-risk areas — the U.S. General Services Administration is sensitive to the threat of climate change. Fortunately, as the...
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