About the Rocky Mountain Region
Federal workers, located in approximately 615 government-owned and leased regional buildings, can count on GSA to support their mission by providing them with the best value:
- Office space, including construction of new buildings where appropriate
- Get National and Regional statistics on buildings and office space below.
- Equipment, office supplies, furnishings, and furniture through GSA Global Supply™
- Assisted Acquisition Services
- Relocation services
- Telecommunications and telephone services
- Vehicles and Fleet management
Members of Congress that are interested in the variety of services offered by the GSA Rocky Mountain Region should visit the Congressional Services Program page.
Qualified small businesses interested in selling goods and services to GSA should visit the Small Business Utilization Center page.
GSA's Rocky Mountain Region also offers specialized services on Emergency Preparedness and Continuity of Operations (COOP) Planning.
Looking for current news, events, or workshops? The Rocky Mountain News and Notices page has links to a quarterly newsletter, information on the Denver Federal Center, and events.
GSA is a federal procurement and property management agency created to improve government efficiency and help federal agencies better serve the public. Over one million federal workers, in over 2,000 U.S. communities and overseas, depend on GSA to provide them with quality products and services to support their mission. Federal workers are also provided with quality work space, child care services, cafeteria and concession services, and fleet and transportation services in government-owned and leased buildings managed by GSA.
|Fiscal Year 2011 Public Building Service Statistical Snapshot||PDF 5.4 MB||October 2011|
|Fiscal Year 2010 Region 8 Public Building Service Statistical Snapshot||PDF 103 KB||October 2010|