A new report is setting off alarm bells in the hallways of the offices of the federal government—if there is anyone walking around in there to listen to them.

According to the Public Buildings Reform Board (PBRB), federal government agencies are using an average of only 12% of the office space in their headquarters buildings in Washington, DC.

To put that in perspective, the General Services Administration, the government's real estate arm, owns or leases 90M SF in DC, which makes it the city's largest office occupant.

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