GSA’s New Real Estate Head On The Future Of Federal Government Offices

The federal government is the largest occupier of office space in the U.S., and two months ago it welcomed a new official who will guide its real estate strategy as it adjusts to the changes brought on by the coronavirus pandemic. 
The General Services Administration on July 6 named Nina Albert as the commissioner of its Public Buildings Service, a role that oversees the government’s 376M SF of owned and leased real estate. 
Albert, previously the head of real estate for D.C.-area transit agency WMATA, will now help federal agencies that have adjusted to their employees working remotely determine how much office space they will need in the future. She…

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