4 factors affecting government offices in 2024

JLL research explores the key areas that government agencies will be focused on for workplace transformation.

January 18, 2024

The government is experiencing an unparalleled amount of transformation, characterized by a transition towards a hybrid work model, an aging workforce approaching retirement within the next five years, as well as a persistent battle for talent and the necessity of modernizing aging buildings and optimizing portfolios to sustain long-term growth.

Representatives from federal agencies, including the GSA, DOI, and DHS, as well as specialists in office design, HR real estate, and technology, gathered at JLL’s Future of the Government Workplace Summit. The objective was to foster meaningful interactions among participants, exchange best practices to stimulate innovation and engage in discussions about the trends that will shape the future of government work and real estate.

Don't miss out on this opportunity to drive innovation and seize the chance to optimize portfolios and revolutionize the government workplace. Contact us and embrace the future of government work.

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