May 2023

World War II Memorial in DC

Memorials connect us to the gravity of our past


In the early 1990s, many World War II veterans were aging, and the public’s call to honor those who had died was growing stronger. As the first federal agency in a chain of partners responsible for creating memorials, GSA was eager to respond. …

Golden-Collum Memorial Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse in Ocala, Florida

A new life for GSA’s historic buildings


Every May, GSA recognizes National Preservation Month by celebrating the important roles our historic buildings play in fulfilling GSA’s mission to provide the best customer experience and value in real estate. Currently, 515 historic GSA…


We should all be as happy as this 40-year public servant


Forty years is a long time to stick to anything, especially in a world where a minute is the gold standard for keeping someone’s attention. But 40 years in one organization and loving it? “I have one of the sweetest jobs ever!!!!”…

HPC image

Feds, partners discuss using high-performance computing to solve big problems


The device on which you’re reading this blog is much more powerful than the most powerful computers 40 years ago. But your laptop or desktop today pales in comparison to the federal government’s high-performance computing (HPC) capabilities,…

Asian American Native Hawaiian Pacific Islander Heritage Month written in text with an orange background with flowers

AA and NHPI Heritage Month celebrates its broad diversity


GSA’s Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander employee group wants everyone to know that the AA and NHPI community is extremely diverse. “There is so much more to Asia than a handful of countries that we are all pretty…

Last Reviewed: 2023-03-27