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Rocky Mountain Region Newsroom

GSA's Rocky Mountain Region Public Affairs Office, located in Denver, issues media releases and advisories to provide the public with important information on GSA projects and activities within the six states of Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming.

GSA News provides up-to-date information on programs, initiatives, and news of importance to GSA Clients. GSA's Reference Library includes the latest bulletins, extracts of executive orders, speeches, regulations and other documents about GSA.


Going Green, Saves Green.

The Rocky Mountain Region GSA uses the 624-acre Denver Federal Center as a testing ground to evaluate green practices. Just last year, we saved close to 10,000 gallons of water which translates to a $54,000 savings per year. Learn about this green project and several more in this short video (external web site)



DFC Employee Spotlight

Learn more about two Denver Federal Center Employees.

Tenant satisfaction survey: Thank you tenants!

We want to thank all of our tenants who took the time to take our building surveys this year. Our process has changed and we’re recalibrating our efforts in meeting the needs of our customers. Starting this year, GSA plans to survey all federally operated facilities every year. The purpose is to measure how satisfied you, our tenants, are with your space and with GSA’s property management teams. Once the survey results are available, facilities with low satisfaction rates will have property teams develop action plans on how they can improve customer satisfaction.

Without your feedback, GSA would not be able to better meet your expectations and improve on our services. So thank you for taking the time to respond to our survey.

Government Workers Are Making A Difference In Our CommunitiesPhil Viray passes fresh produce to The Action Center.

In mid-July, GSA kicked off it’s Feds Feed Families Food Drive at its regional headquarters located at Building 41. This year’s food drive focused on donating healthy and nutritious food. The five-week long drive offered varied themes around healthy food because “what we give is equally as important as how much we give.” Themes included: Kid-friendly, What’s for Breakfast, In the Garden, Meating the Need and Be the Heavyweight Champion.

For the first time, employees had the opportunity to donate fresh produce in conjunction with the Denver Federal Center Farmers Market. People gave nearly 400 lbs of fresh produce alone, all of which was donated to the nearby Jeffco Action Center. In total, GSA collected 2059 lbs of food for this year’s Feds Feed Families Food Drive. All non perishable donations benefited the Food Bank of the Rockies.

If you are interested in learning more or perhaps you’d like us to coordinate a food drive in your building next year? We can work with your building manager to get a collection bin and coordinate weighing and pickups. Please contact at 303.236.4861.

Rocky Mountain Region Public Buildings Service
(303) 236-8000

Rocky Mountain Regional Administrator
(303) 236-7329

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