Join us on May 10, 2016 in Los Angeles for a day of interactive discussions and presentations on how your agency can "right-size" the workplace.
Join us on May 10, 2016 in Los Angeles for a day of interactive discussions, case studies, and presentations on how your agency can "right-size" the workplace. You’ll learn about the benefits our federal partners have achieved from workplace transformation practices and the tools and resources available to your agency to help overcome challenges and achieve a more cost-effective and mission-tailored modern workspace. During the afternoon, we will be holding 3 breakout sessions. Information for these sessions can be found on the right hand side of this page. Please sign up for the two topics that you are most interested in when you register.
>> Find out how your agency can reduce space and learn about different funding options available
>> Learn how GSA’s expertise and offerings can reshape your office and culture
>> Understand what you can do now to prepare for change
>> Hear from other agencies who have faced and overcome redesign challenges
Please Note: Due to limited seating, we request that you coordinate with your agency to determine who will be representing your office. Please contact us if you anticipate 5 or more representatives from your office attending.
The RSVP deadline for this event is April 26th. If you have topics or live scenarios you'd like to see discussed or any other questions, please email your comments to Alayna Williams (email@example.com) or reach out to your Regional Account Manager.
Federal Building Office Building, 300 North LA
Transportation: Union Station to the Federal Building.
Parking: No on-site parking is available. Parking Lot Options ($6-$10 Daily)
a) Joe’s Auto Parks Parking, Located at 414 East Commercial St., Los Angeles
b) Judge John Aiso Parking, Located at 101 Judge John Aiso St., Los Angeles
Following the GSA Total Workplace Customer Workshop will be a two day training on Labor Relations and Space Management that is being held in partnership with the Federal Labor Relations Authority and the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Services on May 11th and 12th. More information about the event > [a nongovernment website]