Senate Panel Gives GSA More Time On FBI Headquarters

Law360, Nashville (December 4, 2017, 6:31 PM EST) -- A Senate panel on Friday gave the U.S. General Services Administration an additional 60 days to deliver a plan to move the FBI out of its aging headquarters, after the agency had originally said a new relocation plan, replacing a yearslong effort that collapsed earlier this year, would come before the end of November.

Responding to a request from the GSA for more time, leaders on the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee said in a letter to Dan Mathews, commissioner of the GSA’s Public Buildings...
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