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This is normal paragraph text. GSA was established by President Harry Truman on July 1, 1949, to streamline the administrative work of the federal government. GSA's formation created one federal agency tasked with administering supplies and providing workplaces for federal employees. It consolidated the following agencies:

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Soon after being consolidated into a single agency, in the 1950s GSA took on a major overhaul of the White House. “Really it was more than a renovation; it was a rebuilding,” recalled inaugural Administrator Jess Larson.

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Inspired by the "Guiding Principles for Federal Architecture" written in 1962 by the late U.S. Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan of New York, in 1994 GSA's Public Building Service (PBS) introduced the Design Excellence Program to streamline the way GSA selects architects and engineers for major construction projects. The program has resulted in outstanding and enduring examples of federal architecture.

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As the agency transformed itself to enter the 21st century, GSA embraced new technologies, launched electronic government initiatives, and helped develop means of doing government business on the Internet.

Having developed GSA Advantage!™, an online portal for federal employees to purchase services and equipment through GSA in 1990s, in September 2000, GSA launched FirstGov.gov to simplify citizen access to government information and services.

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