Child Care Overview
For more than 25 years GSA has helped federal workers gain access to work place child care facilities. Today, more than 100 independently operated, child care centers are located in GSA-managed spaces across the country. These centers offer safe, high quality care to federal workers and citizens. GSA also provides guidance, assistance, and oversight to federal agencies for the development of child care centers.
HOW TO GET CHILD CARE
More than 8,000 children of federal employees and citizens receive care in GSA-managed facilities. While federal employees must make up a minimum of 50 percent of child care customers, GSA child care centers are open to the community.
FIND A CENTER NEAR YOU
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Employees of federal agencies and members of the U.S. military may qualify for tuition subsidies based on income.
Celebrating Accreditation and Quality
97% of Child Care Programs are Nationally Accredited.
Congratulations are in order to the following programs that have achieved accreditation:
- Cleveland Fed Kids, Cleveland, Ohio
- One Hope United Child Development Center, Des Plaines, Illinois
- Club Fed Child Care Center, Albany, New York
- Gold Creek Child Development Center, Juneau, Alaska
- KIDazzle at Summit Child Care Center, Atlanta, Georgia
- Rainbow School, Honolulu, Hawaii
- Bright Horizons at Kids on Broadway, San Diego, California
- Stars and Stripes Learning Station, Battle Creek, Michigan
- Cottage Kids Learning Center, Sacramento, California
- Treasure House Child Development Center, Covington, Kentucky
WHAT'S NEW - Inside Voices
News from, for, and about GSA's child care network.
BEST PRACTICES AND RESOURCES
As the leading federal agency overseeing child care facilities for federal employees, GSA has become an expert in providing resources to ensure quality programs, including start-up materials, guidance on center designs, health and safety standards, and program reviews.
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