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Shaping The City: The GSA

As the Administrator of the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA), Dan Tangherlini is in charge of the more than 354 million square feet of office space in federal facilities located around the world. Tangherlini joins Kojo and architect Roger Lewis to chat about how the GSA shapes the face of Washington, D.C. - as well as communities elsewhere.

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