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The Public Affairs Office for the Heartland Region, located in Kansas City, Mo., issues media releases and advisories to provide important information on regional GSA activities, events and projects that impact and serve these audiences.

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GSA workers prepare a flood barrier around the U.S. Courthouse in Cedar Rapids, IowaIowa Field Office Comes Together in Midst of Potential Disaster

The team began to erect barriers around vulnerable entryways, an effort that included 20 people working tirelessly for more than 85 hours to complete.

News Around the Region

Congress authorizes funding for new Des Moines courthouse

GSA will construct a new U.S. courthouse to help meet Judiciary's needs.

GSA Seeks RFPs for BMO Phase 2 Contracts

The contract vehicles will provide a streamlined process for agencies to acquire building maintenance and operations services. Submissions are due Nov. 22, 2016.

Celebrating 25 Years of Service

The Rainbow Castle Child Care Center recently celebrated 25 years of operation in the Robert A. Young Building in Saint Louis, MO.

National Weather Service Equipment Repair Center Opens in Missouri

NOAA’s National Logistics and Reconditioning Center repairs and warehouses computers, electronics, and radar equipment used by meteorologists to create forecasts and track approaching storms.

Mary Ruwwe Appointed Facilities and Construction Category Manager

Heartland Region FAS Commissioner Mary Ruwwe has been named the senior government executive leading the $75.7 billion common spend category.

Bolling Federal Building Rededicated Following Renovation

The Heartland Region's flagship federal office building has been completely updated and modernized through a combination of four renovation projects spanning the last 14 years.

Last Reviewed 2016-10-13