The Supreme Court tosses case over Trump hotel documents

The House Democrats who brought the case years ago moved to dismiss the case earlier this month.

How the federal government can help downtown Washington ‘return to work’

COMMENTARY | By giving up underused real estate, and disposing of it more effectively, federal agencies could free up space for hotels, residences, museums and businesses that would help revitalize the city.

Lawmakers Want to Restore Trump’s Vision of ‘Beautifying’ Federal Buildings

Biden rescinded a similar executive order that Trump issued in his final days as president.

With Feds Working 'Wherever Their Hearts Desire,' Agencies Should Sell Off More Buildings, Lawmakers Say

Officials contend bureaucratic tussling is preventing agencies from making billions in federal property sales.

Struggles With Air Quality in Federal Offices Put Occupants At Risk of COVID Exposure

Leadership at the General Services Administration agreed with recommendations to address the issues from its watchdog.

Lawmakers Flock to Prevent Birds From Dying in Collisions With Public Buildings

Animal protection advocates in Congress have been trying for over a decade to get the government to take steps to make federal buildings more bird-friendly.

Federal Agencies Could Save $6B by Electrifying Their Fleets, Report Finds

President Biden has ordered agencies to take swift action to stop buying polluting vehicles.

Watchdog: GSA Needs to Monitor Access Card Data

The agency’s inspector general found more than 32,000 failed access attempts over a two year period, which could pose a security risk.

Everyone Wants the New FBI Headquarters, But Who Gets It Remains Undecided

On Wednesday, a Virginia delegation explained why their state should be chosen for the new location, and got opposition from lawmakers advocating for Maryland to win the long-running fight.

OIG Finds Oversight Issues With GSA's Performance-Based Contracts

GSA contracting personnel produced performance reports that were "often incomplete or not available at all," according to a new inspector general's audit. 

Senators Make Bipartisan Push to Unload or Upgrade Federal Property

Excess federal space could be leased to solar companies or universities, lawmakers say.

Couch, Private Meeting Booth or Desk? Feds Can Come Try Out New Office Digs in D.C.

This is part of GSA’s “workplace 2030” initiative as federal agencies work on their post-pandemic plans.   

House Overseers Are Looking Into the GSA Administrator’s Telework

GOP-led committee is seeking details about Robin Carnahan's work arrangements, as it attempts to get more federal employees back in the office .

Where Will The FBI HQ Go? The Omnibus Tells GSA To Consult With Lawmakers

The FBI headquarters was a sticking point in the final hours of government funding negotiations.

GSA Tests Energy Tech to Achieve Federal Sustainability Goals

The agency is looking at solar tracking, off-grid mobile charging and carbon pollution-free electricity to meet goals set in a December 2021 executive order.

Longtime GSA Official Jim Russo Dies at 65

Colleagues remember a technical expert, a trusted collaborator and a caring friend.

GSA to Study Demographic Equity in Remote Identity Tech

The agency plans to test the accuracy of tools like facial recognition software across different demographic groups.