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GSA's FY2015 Budget Requests

The President’s FY 2015 Budget request allows GSA to make important, common sense investments in our nation’s infrastructure. PRESS RELEASE:

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GSA's FY2015 Budget Requests

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$ 11,887,000: IRS Annex Building, Austin, TX. Purchasing the IRS annex will eliminate $1,163,000 in annual rental costs, creating better value for the American taxpayers. GSA also proposes to modernize the building to improve safety and efficiency.

$ 36,742,000: Goodfellow Federal Complex (Phase 1), St. Louis, MO. Funding would allow GSA to make necessary repairs to the complex. The 60-year-old electrical vaults and utility tunnel systems are in critical disrepair and in violation of OSHA guidelines. Updating the infrastructure of the complex is essential to its long-term viability.

$ 74,913,000: IRS Enterprise Computing Center, Detroit, MI. GSA is purchasing this building for $1, and the requested funding would allow GSA to renovate the building and consolidate Federal agencies into this location. The consolidation of Federal agencies will decrease reliance on leased space, improve space utilization and incorporate alternative workplace solutions. This project would save approximately $11 million dollars a year.

$ 6,431,000: Robert T. Stafford U.S. Post Office and Courthouse, Rutland, VT. GSA leases the building, which is currently owned by the United States Postal Service (USPS). GSA will use these funds to acquire the building from the USPS, which will allow GSA to continue to serve the needs of the U.S. Courts and other Federal agencies in the City of Rutland.(Source: National Archives, RG 121-BS, Box 89, Folder J, Print 1.)

$ 98,062,000: Calexico West Land Port of Entry Phase I, Calexico, CA. GSA’s budget request would fund new pedestrian processing and privately owned vehicle inspection facilities, a new head house to provide supervision and services to the non-commercial vehicle inspection area, new administration offices and a parking structure. The project will increase operation space, reduce traffic congestion, and create a safe environment for port employees and visitors.

$ 105,570,000: Land Port of Entry, Alexandria Bay, NY. This request is for design and construction services to replace the existing land port of entry. The project includes replacing and adding both commercial and non-commercial inspection lanes, a plaza, and a main administration building. This would move the first phase of the two-phase project forward.

Land Ports of Entry

$ 150,900,000: GSA will continue the building modernization of the Herbert C. Hoover Building, the Department of Commerce headquarters. In addition to maintaining this Historic Landmark, the modernization will include interior renovations to improve the building’s inefficient and outdated workplace layout. When complete, the building will be able to accommodate additional employees from several leased and one owned location, saving the taxpayer approximately $4 million annually in leased costs.

$ 250,534,000: Construction of the U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters was completed in FY2013 and GSA proposes to continue development of the St. Elizabeths Campus by completing critical infrastructure, construction of new roads and beginning construction of the DHS Operations Center.

$ 216,800,000: San Ysidro Land Port of Entry Phase II, San Diego, CA. GSA is requesting funding to complete the expansion of the San Ysidro Land Port of Entry, the busiest land port of entry in the Western Hemisphere.

San Ysidro Land Port of Entry