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USCIS Gets 15-Year Lease for Consolidated HQ in Maryland

The General Services Administration has announced that the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services agency will occupy a new headquarters as part of a new 15-year lease agreement.

USCIS will integrate five leased facilities and one federal asset into a single location at One Town Center in Camp Springs, Maryland, with an area of 574,767 rentable square feet, GSA announced Thursday.

“The consolidation of USCIS’ headquarters operation at One Town Center from multiple leased locations will reduce expenses, save public funds and provide the hardworking USCIS staff with a world-class workplace,” said Mary Gibert, National Capital Region commissioner at GSA.

GSA noted the new lease is anticipated to generate $21.4 million in savings from USCIS’ annual lease expenses and reduce the agency’s footprint by 128,000 RSF.

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