Home / Civilian / GSA to Conduct Environmental Surveys for FBI Consolidation Project

GSA to Conduct Environmental Surveys for FBI Consolidation Project

fbi headquartersThe General Services Administration will hold public scoping forums to identify potential environmental issues that may arise when the agency consolidates FBI offices into a new headquarters.

GSA and FBI will gather input from stakeholders and the general public to help form an environmental impact statement for the bureau’s HQ consolidation, GSA said Tuesday.

Open-house style meetings are scheduled for Sept. 22 and 23, then Oct. 1 and 2, at various locations in Virginia, Maryland and Washington.

The bureau’s current home in the J. Edgar Hoover Building accommodates 52 percent of its HQ personnel and the remaining staff are dispersed over multiple sites in the Washington metropolitan area, according to GSA.

According to GSA, the consolidation project is intended to help FBI cut real-estate footprint, minimize redundancy in operations and meet facility security standards.

Check Also

DISA’s Mission Assurance Branch Helps DoD Mitigate Risks to C4I Assets; Fred Ruonavar Quoted

Fred Ruonavar, mission assurance and critical infrastructure protection branch chief at the Defense Information Systems …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *