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Old Post Office Building

The Subcommittee on Economic Development, Public Buildings, and Emergency Management conducts oversight over public buildings, and the Public Buildings Service of the General Services Administration (GSA). As of January 20, 2017, GSA stopped responding to requests for information by Ranking Members of the Congressional committees with legislative and oversight jurisdiction over the agency and its programs, including The Old Post Office Building in Washington, D.C. which currently houses Trump International Hotel.

Press Releases:

DeFazio Presses GSA Administrator Over Trump Conflicts of Interest, Failure to Respond to Oversight

Top Democrats Blast GSA For Ignoring Oversight Requests for Information on the Trump Old Post Office Lease

Top House and Senate Democrats Blast GSA For New Partisan Policy That Allows Agency to Ignore Democratic Requests

Top Democrats Request IG Investigation of GSA Handling of Trump’s D.C. Hotel Lease

Letters:

Top Committee Democrats Send Letter to GSA Regarding Failure To Respond To Multiple Requests For Information

Top House and Senate Democrats Send Letter to GSA Regarding New Partisan Policy That Allows Agency to Ignore Democratic Requests

Top Oversight and Transportation Committee Dems Request Briefing and Documents from GSA on President-Elect Trump’s D.C. Hotel Lease

Reports, Statements, Memos:

Breach of a Lease: The Tale of the Old Post Office in the Swamp

Resolution of Inquiry (July 2017)

Hearings:

Ranking Member DeFazio presses GSA on ensuring the Old Post Office Building lease terms are being met:

Ranking Member DeFazio’s statement on ensuring the Old Post Office Building lease terms are being enforced: