Government Leadership in Sustainability
As the Administrator of the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA), Martha Johnson is responsible for annual government purchases of over $65 billion and more than 360 million square feet of federal real estate. She will discuss GSA’s initiative to aggressively pursue a zero environmental footprint (ZEF) that will reduce waste, support innovation, and boost efficiency across federal buildings, operations, and acquisition.
Administrator Johnson will explore the opportunities for partnership among government, business, and academia to support sustainable design and efficiencies with the goal of supporting a clean, green 21st Century American economy.
Slides available at Wilson Center site