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H.R. 2112 (115th): Federal Government Decentralization Commission Act

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The summary below was written by the Congressional Research Service, which is a nonpartisan division of the Library of Congress, and was published on Apr 20, 2017.

Federal Government Decentralization Commission Act

This bill establishes in the General Services Administration the Federal Government Decentralization Commission to study and submit a plan for the relocation of executive agencies or divisions of executive agencies outside the Washington metropolitan area.

The plan shall include:

an identification of such new locations, prioritized by relocation to low-income communities or to areas with expertise in the mission and goal of the agency or division; a consideration of national security implications; an economic and workforce development study on how the relocation would impact the new location; and a list of potential site acquisitions and a partial prospectus for such agencies or divisions, including a brief description of the building to be constructed, altered, or leased, the location of the building, and an estimate of the maximum cost of the acquisition and the relocation.