with Nancy Gillis of the United States GSA
The General Services Administration (GSA) is going green while helping American taxpayers save some green. Nancy Gillis is the director of GSA’s federal supply chain emissions program management office, helping government agencies make purchases from green suppliers.
It’s no secret that reducing waste and energy usage lowers operating costs. But when you’re handling almost $100 billion dollars in transactions every year, every sustainable process needs to be as energy-efficient as possible in order to make the biggest for our planet; this is where the GSA steps in.
The GSA is creating a greener government. They put their focus into small, innovative businesses, which will make the biggest impact in the long term. Join Nancy in the explanation of her role of creating a sustainable planet, including some really high-tech solutions about buildings that know your location, and heat and cool rooms you’re using accordingly!