September 26, 1963
e', TS rr Abrl
Aseetiate general Cmam el
ftet Off is Departnt
Waehiagten, D 20260
Dear Mr. Abetll
Tea, I do Aodrao andwt that the building itself is =uder
General Ser se Adad rastri and weaild have to be disposed of
under standard prwedures fr surpl~s bu4 dLnagP There are,
I a told, aaple preooednts fee granting these for a noadal sMa
to otbr goverment agencies and a~c-profit organizations.
We are seeki with Peostaster Biseett, both temporary
ea permnLet soltions for new Poat Office quarters, prior to
contasting the Atlanta office, in aooordam e with your suggaitiom.
In y7r speoe need studies for a nw building, did yeu
include the eeds ato the other federal agensie prsantly a par
of the federal building here? The National Park Service, for
aeampue, plan b t build elseebere.
Thank ye7 again far you helpfulness.
ec t Rep. Nasthews Warle d. Newton
Mr, George W. Nisaett Director-General (Acting)
P. S. to Congressman Matthews:
I suppose we will soon have to tackle General Services
Administration, when we have a schedule of vacancy agreed to by
the Pest Office. Other occupants of the building are National
Parke SeiA, which will build its own offices, Customs (minor)
and Agriculture Department.--EWN