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In Brief: GSA funds for FDA campuses

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

GSA funds for FDA campuses: The $164.4 mil. that the General Services Administration has requested in its FY 1996 budget and the $45 mil. appropriated to GSA for FY '95 will to go towards the Phase 2 consolidation plan for FDA campuses in Montgomery County and Prince Georges County, MD ("The Rose Sheet" Dec. 12, In Brief). Of the $209 mil. total, $175 mil. will be for the Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition's offices and labs in Prince Georges County and the other $34 mil. is slated for site development for the Center for Devices and Radiological Health and construction of a cafeteria and child care center at the Montgomery campus. Phase I, involving the construction of the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research offices and labs, will use most of the $325 mil. previously appropriated. The consolidation is expected to cost about $890 mil...
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