GSA To Spend $9.3B To Improve, Consolidate Its Real Estate
The investments are part of the Fiscal Year 2014 Consolidated Appropriations Act, which will provide funding to pay rent on some government buildings and consolidate some offices. The funds will also be used to upgrade land ports of entry to secure borders and facilitate trade, according to the GSA.
“By investing in our public buildings, a smaller federal footprint...
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