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The GSA's real estate portfolio

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After years of reduced funding, Congress finally passed a spending bill that enables the General Services Administration to invest in public buildings.

How will that money be spent? And is the $9.3 billion allotted by Congress enough?

Arthur Turowski, a former GSA official and current senior vice president at Jones Lang LaSalle in Washington D.C., discussed the issue with Government Matters.

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