GSA would get $6.7 billion for building renovations as part of stimulus plan

January 19, 2009 |

If the Democrats’ massive stimulus plan comes to fruition, the U.S. General Services Administration would get some $6.7 billion to apply toward renovation and repair projects at the 1,500 buildings it owns and manages, according to a January 18 report by Federal Times.

The article’s author Tim Kauffman says the stimulus “would nearly cover the $7 billion backlog identified by GSA, although the House bill stipulates that $6 billion of the total provided to GSA be spent on projects that would make buildings more energy efficient.”

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