“The Government Accountability Office recommends that DOD and GSA collaborate to enhance routine information sharing concerning non-DOD federal agencies seeking workspace at military installations,” the release said.
They may be missing opportunities to reduce or avoid costs, the release explained, by failing to adequately utilize federal property.
Both agencies agreed, according to the release, to take action to help ensure that government-owned assets are used to capacity.
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