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GSA Enters Buyout Round 2; Tony Costa Comments

The General Services Administration has given 1,022 employees offers for buyouts or early retirements and expects 200 of them to accept, Federal Times reports.

Chief People Officer Tony Costa said in a memo that only eligible employees received news about the offers via email, according to Stephen Losey’s report.

GSA is planning a third round of buyouts but has not submitted a formal request to the Office of Personnel Management.

Employees until July 20 to apply for the offers and accepted applicants must leave the agency between Aug. 3 and Sept. 30.

According to Losey’s report, this round of buyouts covers entities within the Federal Acquisition Service, office of the chief financial officer, office of the chief information officer, office of budget, office of the chief people officer, office of financial policy and operations and the Public Buildings Service.

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