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GSA Delays Employee Parking Fees

Last month, the General Services Administration announced it would begin charging its employees for parking at all federal office buildings and GSA-leased buildings in the Washington, D.C., region. Now, GSA employees will be able to keep their parking privilege in the short term. Federal Times reports GSA is putting its …

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GSA Admin Talks Future Workspace

Federal employees are rarely tied to their desks anymore and that means future workspace will be different, GSA Administrator Martha Johnson said July 21 at the FOSE Conference. Only 50 percent of the GSA office is occupied Tuesday through Thursday, with Mondays and Fridays seeing only 30 percent capacity. “To …

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GSA Email Now in the Cloud

The General Services Administration migrated all of its employees to Google Apps for Government, a cloud-based email and collaboration platform, GSA Administrator Martha Johnson wrote on the GSA’s blog. Government Computer News reports GSA awarded Unisys a contract in December to move 17,000 employee and contractor email addresses, content and …

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GSA Soon to Charge Employees for Parking

Effective Aug. 1, the General Services Administration will charge its employees for parking at federal office buildings and GSA-leased buildings in the National Capital Region. The GSA announced the new policy in a memo sent to all GSA employees. Federal News Radio reports that information on pricing and payment will …

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HHS CIO Carleton to Retire Next Month

HHS CIO Michael Carleton, Photo: CIO.gov Michael Carleton, chief information officer of the Department of Health and Human Services, will retire at the end of next month, FedScoop reports. As HHS CIO, a position he has had since 2007, Carleton also holds the title of deputy assistant secretary for information …

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GSA Launches Wiki to Push Mobility in Government

The General Services Administration is launching a project to push mobile-technology efforts at federal agencies. The site — the Making Mobile Gov project — is aimed at helping agencies develop mobile strategies and share best practices. The site, launched by GSA’s Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies, will act …

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