GSA Moves to Get Other Agencies to Trim Real Estate Costs, Improve Efficiency

September 19, 2013

In the next two years, roughly 25 percent of the federal government’s real estate leases are set to expire. And with each of those expirations, Dan M. Tangherlini, the administrator of the General Services Administration, which manages much of that real estate, sees what he called “a huge opportunity” to remake the federal government as a leaner, more efficient, more eco-friendly workplace.

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