General Services Administration: efforts to communicate about asbestos abatement not always effective : report to the Chairman, Subcommittee on Treasury, Postal Service and General Government, Committee on Appropriations, U.S. Senate
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15 buildings 15 federal buildings abatement process According to tenant agencies about asbestos agency employees complained asbestos abatement projects asbestos project assess GSA'S Building Los Angeles building tenants Bureau of Investigation Claude Pepper Clifford Davis communica communicate with tenant communicating with occupants Department of Veterans Dirksen Federal Building efforts to communicate evaluations Federal Building Chicago Federal Bureau GSA initially gsa officials held GSA provided GSA would take GSA's asbestos communications gsa's asbestos coordinators GSA'S communication efforts GSA'S efforts gsa's oversight health and safety improve inaccurate information Slow Inadequate or inaccurate information No regular information Slow response Internal Revenue Service interviewed Jacob Javits Javits Federal Building JFK building major complaints monitoring Office U.S. Proactive Communication regular communication response No regular Rodino building Safety and Environmental specific Street Federal Building tenant agency employees tenant agency liaisons tenant agency officials U.S. Army Corps U.S. Attorneys Office U.S. District Courts Wilshire Boulevard