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GSA Selects Chaun Benjamin To Manage Regional Federal Real Estate Portfolio

Seattle’s Jackson Federal Building Recognized for Green Features

Lights, Camera, Action

Want to learn more about GSA projects around the Northwest/Arctic Region, take a look at these latest videos.

GSA Study Finds Biomass Boilers Are a Viable Option for Heating Federal Buildings

The biomass boiler is a renewable energy technology that powers hot-water-heating systems with solid wood fuel—such as wood pellets, chips, or sawdust.

George Northcroft, Regional Administrator

George Northcroft Portrait

Welcome to Northwest/Arctic Region of the U.S. General Services Administration. At GSA, we use expertise to provide innovative solutions for our customers in support of their missions, fostering an effective, sustainable and transparent government for the American people.

The Northwest/Arctic Region serves customers primarily located in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington, helping them access workspace, telecommunications, information technology, vehicles, and thousands of other goods and services. We manage 100 Federal buildings, 543 leases, and $10.2 billion in annual purchasing on behalf of our customers.  

The Northwest/Arctic Region is proud to share the Pacific Northwest culture of sustainability, collaborative partnerships, and small business utilization. We hope you use this website to find what you’re looking for, whether you’re a Federal customer, a vendor, or a taxpayer interested in how GSA serves the American people.


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