After announcing last fall its decision to delay the selection of a new FBI headquarters location until March of 2017, the General Services Administration (GSA) officially put the search on hold Friday.
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Despite roughly a decade of work to nail down a suitable site for a new headquarters, the Trump Administration announced this week that it has scrapped plans to relocate the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) from its current headquarters in the J. Edgar Hoover Building in Washington, D.C. to a new facility in either Maryland or Virginia.
Facilities managed by the General Services Administration are at an increased risk of vulnerability to shooters, terrorist attacks, and other unauthorized access due to the mishandling of identity badges, according to a pair of reports published by the agency’s inspector general.
The selection of a new FBI headquarters was placed on hold yet again while Customs and Border Protection began construction on their new $11 million facility this week.
To help federal agencies take advantage of emerging technology and transition to more modern approaches to developing digital services, the General Services Administration announced its plans today to form the Technology Transformation Service (TTS).
The House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee approved the construction of the FBI’s new headquarters Wednesday.