Office for Federal Building Health and Performance
The General Services Administration's Office for Federal Building Health and Performance's mission is to catalyze and facilitate the Federal government to operate more efficiently and effectively, and lead the marketplace to sustainability, by minimizing the Federal footprint through efficient use of energy, water, and resources, and by creating healthy productive workspaces.
The Office for Federal Building Health and Performance works with all real property-managing Federal agencies, and with GSA’s Public Buildings Service, Federal Acquisition Service, and other GSA programs to identify and expand opportunities and remove barriers to sustainable facilities and to lead the marketplace by piloting and adopting transformative sustainable practices. The Office is also a key player in the Federal government’s implementation of Executive Order 13693, Planning for Federal Sustainability in the Next Decade, along with Federal partners including the Office of the Chief Sustainability Officer, US Department of Energy and US Environmental Protection Agency.
Office Contact Information:
Office: (202) 813-0810
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