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GSA Seeks New Drug Enforcement Administration HQ in Northern Virginia

DEAThe General Services Administration wants to move the Drug Enforcement Administration headquarters to a new location in Northern Virginia.

GSA said in a presolicitation notice posted Tuesday that it seeks anew office space in the region with a minimum office area of 478,607 square feet.

The agency added it plans to lease the space for up to 15 years with a maximum annual rental rate of $22.4 million.

GSA wants a facility that can accommodate ISC Level IV security requirements and support round-the-clock operations.

Potential lessors are required to submit expressions of interest to GSA broker CBRE by April 25, the notice says.

Daniel Sernovitz of the Washington Business Journal reported Tuesday the property would be used by DEA, which is scheduled to transfer from its current headquarters in October 2018.

DEA currently leases space at 600-700 Army Navy Drive in Arlington through September 2018, the report said.

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