Case Study: How GSA Saved $24 Million through Workplace Transformation

The General Services Administration (GSA) used the renovation of their headquarters in Washington, D.C., as an opportunity to explore flexible workplace options and improve their operations.

With the help of key technology from AgilQuest, GSA created an agile workspace that:

  • Reduced their annual real estate costs by $24 million annually
  • Saves $7-8 million per year through shared services
  • Increased workspace ROI by achieving a 2:1 worker-to-workspace ratio
  • Reduced GSA's carbon and energy consumption by 50%

Download the case study to see how GSA used AgilQuest to consolidate, increase flexibility, and dramatically improve their budget.

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