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Explore federal coworking

Prototype spaces in select locations

Federal employees now have more opportunities to explore shared space and services — this time, in government-controlled buildings.

Federal coworking will provide you more flexibility and less friction with move-in-ready, secure space. By sharing amenities, space, and services, federal agencies can work alongside each other and make the most effective use of government-owned real estate.

Participate in federal coworking

We invite your agency to test sites throughout the country. The sites will be secure, fully furnished, and include guest Wi-Fi connectivity.

Map of the United States, with the following cities and states highlighted: Tacoma, WA; San Francisco, CA; Denver, CO; Kansas City, MO; Chicago, IL; Philadelphia, PA; and Washington, DC (Workplace Innovation Lab)

These six sites are located in:

  • Philadelphia: 100 S Independence Mall West, Philadelphia, PA 19106.
  • Chicago: 230 S Dearborn St, Chicago, IL 60604.
  • Kansas City: 2300 Main St, Kansas City, MO 64108.
  • Denver: 1 Denver Federal Center, Main Ave, Denver, CO 80225.
  • San Francisco: 50 United Nations Plaza, San Francisco, CA 94102.
  • Tacoma: 1301 A St, Tacoma, WA 98402.

To participate in this program, please complete this form so we can capture your needs and desired location(s). Available space and services at each site will vary to allow us to evaluate different customer preferences.

Your agency’s participation will allow us to test and assess coworking spaces’ design, technologies, and operations in a federal environment and inform our future workplace offerings.

Federal coworking spaces offer these benefits:

  • Another option for your federal employees to meet, connect, and foster collaboration.
  • Move-in-ready spaces conducive to cross-government collaboration.
  • A professional working environment for remote employees who need a secure work space or meeting venue outside of their homes.
  • Savings to taxpayers, smaller environmental footprint, and reduced operating costs for federal agencies from using space in existing federal facilities.

Share your feedback

Not ready to come to a site yet? We still want to hear what you think about federal coworking.

We look forward to hearing from you.

The interior of a multi-level office space, with a side view of one floor with several cubicles, a conference table and chairs with a bright orange wall and a large flat screen TV, with railing separating the floor from a open, central area from which several other floors are visible.
A round, glass coffee table in the foreground with four orange chairs surrounding it, with a glass display case with the GSA logo and containing books and works of art separating a hallway to a large conference room and other work areas.
A large, open kitchen area with two people on either side of a bar with stools, and kitchen appliances along a counter and wall containing two refrigerators, a sink, a microwave inset into the cabinets, and a coffee maker, with tables and chairs along a wall with windows opposite the kitchen area.

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