Only 50 percent of the GSA office is occupied Tuesday through Thursday, with Mondays and Fridays seeing only 30 percent capacity.
“To sit at a desk is rarer thing these days,” Johnson said according to Federal Computer Week.“When you take down the walls and move to a space that is open, you can see how empty it is.”
FierceGovernment reports Johnson told the FOSE audience she works in a cubicle at the GSA’s temporary office located north of Union Station. She will work in a cubicle when the five-year renovation of the GSA’s headquarters in northwest Washington is complete.
“I believe that if people need a private office, they should go to most private office this government allows them — which is their home.” Johnson said. “They should work at home.”