GSA Seeks Ideas for New FBI HQ, Federal Triangle Redevelopment
December 3, 2012
The General Services Administration on Monday put out calls for ideas on how to get a new FBI headquarters and how to redevelop a large swath of federal office space in southwest Washington — all without spending any money.
GSA issued the request for information to exchange the 2.4 million-square-foot J. Edgar Hoover FBI Building for a new headquarters in the surrounding area.
"An exchange of the FBI headquarters not only saves money, but it also promotes efficiency by consolidating staff into a single state-of-the-art facility, shrinking the federal real estate footprint and eliminating multiple leases," acting GSA administrator Dan Tangherlini said in a news release.