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GSA looking for tenant feedback on federal offices

Aug. 21, 2014 - 06:00AM   |  
By ANDY MEDICI   |   Comments
GSA wants to hear from feds who work in GSA-managed buildings.
GSA wants to hear from feds who work in GSA-managed buildings. (Sheila Vemmer/staff)

The General Services Administration wants to know how you feel about working in a federal building.

Federal employees who work in a GSA-managed facility are being invited to take part in a five-minute online survey detailing what they like and dislike about occupying a federal building. Feds who telework full time are not eligible to participate.

The 2014 Tenant Satisfaction Survey will help the agency determine how to manage its facilities, allocate resources and plan renovations, according to public buildings commissioner Norman Dong.

The General Services Administration owns or leases more than 9,600 buildings and spaces across the country and maintains an inventory of 370 million square feet, according to the agency.

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