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Agency Plans and Reports

Mission

Deliver value and savings in real estate, acquisition, technology, and services across government

Overview

The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) was established on July 1, 1949, as a result of the Hoover Commission. The agency consolidated administrative functions across Government into one organization in order to avoid duplication, reduce cost, streamline the acquisition and distribution of supplies, and centralize the management of Federal buildings.

Over the subsequent seven decades, the nation’s population has more than doubled, the price of real estate in major cities has skyrocketed, and super-computers have gone from filling three-story rooms to fitting in our pockets. The world has become vastly more interconnected. Federal agencies are striving to match the pace of change, evolving to meet new domestic and global challenges and better serve the American public.

What has not changed is GSA’s steadfast commitment to support our Federal customers and stakeholders by providing cost-effective, high-quality services. Our entire focus is on delivering value to our partner agencies so they can focus their resources on fulfilling their own important missions to the American people.

Our agency provides the spaces, technical innovation, and goods and services essential to operate the Federal Government. We provide workplaces by constructing, managing, and preserving Government buildings and by leasing and managing commercial real estate. Our acquisition solutions offer private sector professional services, equipment, supplies, telecommunications, and information technology to Government organizations and the military. Our technology leadership helps agencies build, buy, and share technology in ways that support their missions to better serve the public. Our implementation of Government-wide policies promotes management best practices and efficient Government operations.

Our success relies on bringing together a talented and diverse workforce - including data scientists, real estate experts, architects, acquisition specialists, technologists, policy analysts - and building a cohesive, customer-focused team. The next section outlines GSA’s current organizational structure and our mission, vision, and values, followed by a summary of our strategy for the future.

To access additional agency performance documents visit the agency’s website.



Gears of Government Awards Hall of Winners

The Gears of Government Awards recognize individuals and teams across the Federal workforce whose dedication supports exceptional delivery of key outcomes for the American people, specifically around mission results, customer service, and accountable stewardship.

General Services Administration award winners are listed below.


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  • Ryan Byrd
  • Kimberly Guest

General Services Administration

Saved $37M in acquisition costs through the consolidation of contracts that provide management, professional, and technical support for the U.S. Army’s Counter-Rocket Artillery Mortar program. These efforts also increased the share of contract work for small businesses by $140M.

Council Award

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  • Tim Benoit
  • Jack Peterson
  • Janet Schweer
  • Joe Myers
  • Laura Rock
  • Denise Elsbernd
  • Gary Jenkins
  • Kim Kittrell
  • Eddie Mills

General Services Administration

Increased efficiency and reduced costs of the acquisition process for maintenance services at military fueling stations around the world through cross-agency collaboration. These services provide critical support to ships, tanks, aircraft, and other military vehicles.

Agency Award

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Gerard Badorrek

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Gerard Badorrek

Enhanced business processes and operations, achieved cost reduction goals, reduced enterprise audit findings and control weaknesses, and strengthened employee engagement within GSA's Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO). The OCFO team and business partners identified 200,000+ hours of work across GSA that could be eliminated, optimized or automated through robotics and redirected to higher-value work.

Council Award

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Giovanni Onwuchekwa

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Giovanni Onwuchekwa

Improved customer service and reduced response time through the implementation of an artificial intelligence-based call system. The system uses robotic process automation to provide federal agencies with a group of service and technology providers upon need.

Agency Award

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Katherine Spivey

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Katherine Spivey

Improved communication with the American public by increasing awareness and usage of plain language throughout the federal government.

Agency Award

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  • Marina Fox
  • Lee Ellis
  • Julius Bradshaw (contract officer representative)
  • Cameron Dixon (DHS)

General Services Administration

The DotGov team manages the .gov top-level domain. Their work is critical to make sure bona-fide U.S. government organizations can provide trusted, digital information and services to the American public.

Agency Award

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General Services Administration

Office of Evidence and Analysis (OEA)

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Office of Evidence and Analysis (OEA)

Agency Award

  • Todd Coleman
  • Stephanie Anderson
  • Scott Christ
  • Aaron Eisenbarth
  • Scott McAllister
  • Donnita Mennealy
  • Sophia Minassian
  • Austin Peel
  • Jonathan Perez
  • Yu Zhang

The team built a relational repository of government-wide management data containing 659 Million rows of data accounting for more than 829 GB of memory, are using it to help inform decisions that make government work better and cost less.

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Robert Potter

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Robert Potter

Building Manager Robert Potter worked with the Dept. of Defense, Defense Logistics Agency to make changes that have enhanced workplace safety and health at the Hart-Dole-Inouye Federal Center in Battle Creek, Michigan.

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Sheila Blount

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Sheila Blount

Improved emergency response efforts during Hurricane Harvey through robust collaboration among federal agencies.

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  • Jennifer Chang
  • Jeisel Sandoval
  • Rogelio Rivas
  • Jason Rios

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Increased the speed and efficiency of federal procurement processes through the development of a tool that reduces errors and redundancies in contract processing.

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The GSA FEDSIM VEMOS Integrated Project Team

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The GSA FEDSIM VEMOS Integrated Project Team

Agency Award

  • Carolyn Harvey
  • Imani Higginson
  • Wesley Dewalt
  • Jake Almuete
  • Michael Marquez
  • Sterling Whitehead
  • Michael Donaldson
  • Alton Kennedy
  • Andres Almazan
  • Michaella Easley
  • Kelli Seabrook

Increased safety for military personnel from explosive devices through the award of a $847M task order that protects and maintains Mine Resistant Ambush Protected military vehicles.

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The Region 9 Consolidation Project Team

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The Region 9 Consolidation Project Team

Agency Award

  • Moonyeen Alameida
  • Yvonne Davis
  • Stacey Fong
  • Nikolaos Mitsiopoulos
  • John-Michael Phelps
  • Kim Cash
  • Inger Whitfield
  • Michael Bernatz
  • Joseph Dunkle
  • Gregory McSweeney
  • Jason Guerrero
  • Tina Grover
  • Anthony Lieu
  • Paul Andrade
  • Gary Rose
  • Bobby Townsend
  • Jared Bradley
  • Dennis Brasfield
  • Tri Duong
  • Michael Hembree
  • Vandricia Cepeda
  • Jason Reising
  • Leah Holland
  • Montserrat Agleham
  • Sean Lee
  • Russell Larson

In an effort to save taxpayer dollars, reduce the federal footprint and decrease the number of high-cost leases, the R9 Consolidation team from across PBS undertook several consolidation projects in Oakland, CA, resulting in substantial savings, cost-avoidance, and superior space utilization.

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Fuels Systems Maintenance Team

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Fuels Systems Maintenance Team

Agency Award

  • Tim Benoit
  • Jack Peterson
  • Janet Schweer
  • Joe Myers
  • Laura Rock
  • Denise Elsbernd
  • Gary Jenkins
  • Kim Kittrell
  • Eddie Mills

Helped transform the approach to maintaining the critical military fueling stations across the globe that provide critical support to ships, tanks and aircrafts. They worked with the Army Corp of Engineers to improve the acquisition strategy for maintenance services with increased speed and flexibility of service to the military while saving tax dollars.

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  • Raymond McCollum
  • Peggy Martin

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Led the acquisition strategy for the NewPay initiative, which will modernize how the Federal Government pays 2.1 million employees and increase efficiency and security.

Agency Award

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General Services Administration

The Federal Real Property Profile (FRPP) Map

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The Federal Real Property Profile (FRPP) Map

Agency Award

  • Aluanda Drain
  • Chris Coneeney
  • Stephanie Klodzen
  • Anne Nussear
  • Michael Radney
  • April Ratliff
  • Horatio McDowney
  • Michael Hartung
  • Gabby Odom
  • Tonya Banks
  • Cindy Smith
  • Hyon Kim

Created a geographic information system enabled map of federal government’s real property inventory. This interactive map enables users to customize searches with data attributes such as distance, property type, sustainability, and significantly increases transparency.