Many federal, state and local government entities are struggling to find the right strategy of hybrid work with an abundance of unused or underutilized office space. For those agencies with large real estate portfolios, this balance can be further exacerbated by a lack of understanding of how the space is used across buildings, cities, and states.
While many state and federal agencies have reopened their offices, they are facing the reality that this new world of work will continue to evolve in the months and years ahead. Government entities continue to navigate changing work patterns, shifting employee attitudes and expectations, an uncertain economic landscape, as well as attracting and retaining talent amid a tight labor market.
FM:Systems conducted primary research to better understand how government leaders in HR, finance, facilities and real estate are keeping up with delivering the right spaces and experiences for the people who use them.
Join us as we review our key findings from our research study on these driving market factors, space management trends we are watching in 2023 and how government agencies can respond to both.
- Do leaders have the workplace data they need to make confident decisions?
- How do leaders feel about hybrid work?
- What is the value of a physical office?
- How do leaders increase the utilization of space?
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