The General Services Administration (GSA) doesn't make federal agencies -- it makes them better. In addition to acting as the government's landlord in obtaining office space for the federal workforce, the GSA also manages properties, and supplies equipment, telecommunications, and information technology products to its customer agencies. It oversees some $24 billion in federal assets, including 8,600 buildings, and over 20,000 vehicles. It also manages USA.gov, the government's official Web site. The agency operates through divisions including the Federal Acquisition Service and Public Buildings Service. The GSA was established in 1949 and has an annual budget of approximately $10.2 billion.
The company’s regional offices are located in New England, Northeast US and Caribbean, Mid-Atlantic, Southeast, Great Lakes, Heartland, the Southwest, Rocky Mountain, Pacific Rim and Northwest/Arctic.
GSA provides workspace to more than 1 million federal civilian workers, and oversees the preservation of more than 480 historic buildings. It provides workplaces by constructing, managing, and preserving government buildings and by leasing and managing commercial real estate.
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GSA offers professional services, equipment, supplies, and IT services to government organizations and the military.
In 2016 the GSA and the FAA broke ground on a new 300,000 square foot office building for the Northwest Mountain Regional FAA Office.
The organization's 2016 projects included Calexico West Land Port of Entry Phase 2 (in which it invested $248 million).
In addition to boosting revenues the agency also is focused on promoting green initiatives.
In 2008 the GSA completed a $7 million solar park at the Federal Center in Denver. The project generates about 1.6 mega watts for the campus. It's one of many sustainable projects the agency is involved in. The GSA provides thousands of environmentally-friendly products such as alternative fuel vehicles and it leases or owns energy efficient buildings.