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General Services Administration Building (Photo thanks to Flickr user cliff1066, available under by v2.0)
The entry hall of the U.S. General Services Administration building (Photo thanks to Flickr user M. V. Jantzen, available under by-nc v2.0)

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U.S. General Services Administration Acting Administrator Daniel M. Tangherlini
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    Former Employee - Management and Program Analyst in Washington, DC
    Former Employee - Management and Program Analyst in Washington, DC
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    Great place to work, nice people and you learn a lot about different areas.


    Some people are set in their ways and do not want to learn anything new.

    Advice to Management

    Keep in fresh, don't fix things that are not broken.

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    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at U.S. General Services Administration.


    Interview was quick and brief.You get 2 interviews followed by 2 face to face. Interviewed by 2 people and then the director afterwards. They tell you that its a contractor position for a few months due to someone having medical condition. They really liked me and said congrats and welcome onboard but you will have to undergo a federal background check process to get cleared. Which was fine by me. The do a full federal background check that takes a full long 4-5 weeks. Then after that they won't keep you posted about any updates. Several weeks go by and they will tell you they won't need you anymore since the person got healthy and came back for their position. So I would not trust any of their hiring processes unless you get something signed and documented.

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U.S. General Services Administration Awards & Accolades

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America's Top Organizations for Multicultural Business Opportunities -- Top 25 Government Agencies , DiversityBusiness.com, 2012
National Top 50 Green Companies , Green Power Partnership, 2010
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Website www.gsa.gov
Headquarters Washington, DC
Size 10000+ Employees
Founded 1949
Type Government
Industry Government
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
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The General Services Administration (GSA) doesn't make federal agencies -- it makes them better. In addition to acting as the government's landlord in obtaining office space for the federal workforce, the GSA also manages properties, and supplies equipment, telecommunications, and information technology products to its customer agencies. It oversees some $24 billion in federal assets, including 8,600 buildings, and over 20,000 vehicles. It also manages USA.gov, the government's official Web site. The agency operates through divisions including the Federal ... More

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