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FY24-25 Priority Goals

Implementation plans that include quarterly updates of goal progress will be available starting this spring, 2024.

Optimize GSA’s Real Estate Portfolio

By September 30, 2025, GSA will prioritize long-term sustainability and optimize utilization in the real estate portfolio by increasing the disposal of underperforming assets and reducing leased real estate costs by procuring the best lease deals possible while terminating unneeded leased space. This approach will allow GSA to strategically reallocate resources and shift focus to core assets that better align with GSA’s strategic objectives and serve the long-term needs of the Federal Government.

Elliot Doomes

Commissioner

Public Buildings Service

Increase Adoption of Login.gov

GSA will increase adoption of Login.gov, a simple, secure, and equitable shared service at the forefront of the public’s digital identity. The goal is for Login.gov to be the public’s one account for accessing Government services online. Login.gov can effectively help agencies to support a better user experience, streamline user accounts, and enhance security. GSA will increase usage of its identity verification platform, as measured by number of users.

Sonny Hashmi

Commissioner

Federal Acquisition Service

Ann Lewis

Director

Technology Transformation Services

Address the Climate Crisis through Zero-Emission Fleet Vehicles

As part of GSA’s efforts to tackle the climate crisis and help the Federal Government lead by example, GSA will support near-term reductions in scope 1 greenhouse gas emissions and a long-term goal of net-zero global emissions by helping agencies convert to zero-emission fleet vehicles (ZEVs). In line with E.O. 14057, GSA will help agencies achieve 100% non-tactical vehicle acquisitions as ZEVs by 2035, including 100% of all light-duty vehicle acquisitions as ZEVs by 2027. GSA will support customer agencies in maximizing the replacement of conventionally fueled vehicles that are eligible to be replaced with ZEVs, increasing the presence of ZEVs in the Federal Fleet each fiscal year. GSA will also evaluate viability and capacity of a Federal facility’s ZEV charging infrastructure to support conversion to an electric vehicle fleet.*

*Note: The speed of ZEV deployment and the number of ZEVs purchased will be influenced by funding and market availability.

Sonny Hashmi

Commissioner

Federal Acquisition Service

Elliot Doomes

Commissioner

Public Buildings Service