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A pretty good argument can be made that while the government is generally not on the leading edge of new practices, it’s a sign that those practices are here to stay when the public sector picks up on them. Within a few days of CoreNet Global reporting that many US and Canadian office tenants may decrease their average per-worker allocation to 100 square feet or less in the next five years, the Washington Post carried an interview with key executives at the General Services Administration charting their efforts to consolidate the GSA’s own headquarters space.

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