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Denise Turner Roth: Court Ruling Prompts GSA to Examine TSA Relocation Options

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Denise Turner Roth
Denise Turner Roth
Denise Turner Roth

The General Services Administration will examine its options to relocate the Transportation Security Administration after the U.S. Federal Claims Court has voided a GSA-Eisenhower Real Estate Holdings lease agreement for a new TSA headquarters, Federal Times reported Friday.

Carten Cordell writes GSA signed a deal in August for TSA’s relocation into a 625,000-square-foot office space at Eisenhower’s Victory Center Building in Alexandria, Virginia, by spring 2018.

“We’ll take a look at what the ruling was and what it means for us and make decisions about how we move forward,” GSA Administrator Denise Turner Roth was quoted as saying by Federal Times.

The Washington Business Journal’s Daniel Sernovitz reported Nov. 12 the federal court’s decision came after Boston Properties filed a protest against GSA’s selection of the Eisenhower property to house TSA.

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