Reducing the workplace footprint can lead to major cost savings.
USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service will reduce its footprint from 43 state offices across the country to 12 regional locations which will create significant savings. Through the efforts to-date, the agency is projected to save more than $700,000 in annual real estate costs.
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) will use GSA's Total Workplace to improve space efficiencies, reduce the agency’s footprint, and save the federal government more than $15 million in real estate costs over a ten year lease at their office in Seattle, Washington..
The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service is working with GSA’s Total Workplace to eliminate 72,200 square feet by consolidating three buildings in Northern Virginia, and saving taxpayers more than $3 million in annual real estate costs.
See how GSA’s Heartland Region cut their square footage by 42 percent >