GSA Company History Timeline

1960

A government-wide intercity system—the Federal Telecommunication System–was created by the GSA in 1960.

1970

In 1970, his administration created the Consumer Product Information Coordinating Center, which later became the Federal Citizen Information Center (FCIC). The body was responsible for the distribution of millions of consumer information publications from its facility located in Pueblo, Colorado.

1971

The Federal Buildings Fund was established, in 1971.

1972

In 1972, it established the Automated Data and Telecommunications Service.

1974

After 10 years, it later transformed into the Office of Information Resources Management. It became operational in 1974 after the GSA gave out its rent bills for the first time to federal agencies.

1979

The GSA retained various emergency and management functions that weren’t overhauled until they were later handed over to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in 1979.

1994

In 1994, the GSA through its Public Building Service introduced the Designed Excellence Program.

1995

The Courthouse Management Group formed by the GSA in 1995 duly managed courthouse constructions.

2020

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Founded
1949
Company Founded
Headquarters
Washington, DC
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Founders
Harry Truman
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