“The Department of Homeland Security’s plan to bring the leadership of component agencies under one roof and manage a sprawling network of office buildings in the Washington D.C. metro area has hit another snag.”
“The Federal Emergency Management Agency is looking to stay in its leased office space for up to another 20 years, and expand its square footage by nearly 20%, effectively walking away from plans to relocate its headquarter to the DHS St. Elizabeths campus in Southeast D.C.”
“In a lease prospectus sent to the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee earlier this summer, the General Services Administration says FEMA can accommodate its staff more easily and cheaply in leased space, instead of moving to the St. Elizabeths campus, where construction is slated for…” Read the full article here.
Source: FEMA officially ‘no longer part’ of move to DHS St. Elizabeths campus – By Jory Heckman, September 14, 2020. Federal News Network.