General Services Administration

Politics
The hotel occupies a federally owned building and has become a hot spot for lobbyists, foreign governments and others to put money in the president's pocket.
Politics
House leaders demand answers from the FBI and Justice Department about the president's influence over the headquarters site.
Politics
A government report says the emoluments issue leaves a “constitutional cloud” over the president’s D.C. hotel.
Politics
A spokesman for the Department of the Interior said the parks service was attempting to keep “iconic areas” open during the shutdown, but that did not include the tower — until the GSA stepped in.
Politics
They sought to obtain the documents to see if the hotel is profiting from the president's official position.
Politics
An agency that reports to the president says Trump International Hotel is in full compliance with its lease.
Politics
“It does appear that GSA is out of the loop on this."
Politics
Inspectors general, many of them Obama appointees, will keep an eye on federal agencies during the Trump administration. If he keeps them around.
Business
For the second time in less than a year, the U.S. government has hired Emirates, a massively subsidized, state-owned airline, to fly federal employees, this time between New York and Milan, Italy.
Environment
GSA ended up creating the second largest green roof in the U.S. at 550,000 square feet, and the third largest in the world. It's so big that a deer actually grazed on the roof, not realizing it was on one.
Tech
The memorandum doesn't address how the federal government is going to respond to ongoing concerns about maintaining digital
Politics
The federal HR community faces a litany of woes: limits placed on new hiring, inflexible hiring procedures that often discourage
Tech
25 years ago, a British computer scientist named Tim Berners-Lee drafted a memo to his colleagues at CERN that outlined a new way of managing information; that document was the foundation for what we now call the Internet.
Politics
351 buildings that require structural repairs at an estimated cost of $147.50 million. 442 buildings that require investment
Business
While consumers may have been shocked to learn of The Gap or Benetton's latest designs strewn amid the wreckage of "death trap" factories, they might have missed another bit of debris: the label of the U.S. government.