Welcome to the U.S. General Services Administration's (GSA) Web site for the development of St. Elizabeths Campus.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is consolidating its headquarters in the National Capital Region (NCR) at St. Elizabeths Campus in the Anacostia neighborhood of southeast Washington, DC. The DHS's current facilities are spread among more than 40 buildings in the Washington, DC area. In an effort to provide a more unified, secure campus that brings together its executive leadership and operational management, DHS's new headquarters will allow for more efficient incident management response and command-and-control operations. The GSA proposes to develop a secure facility for DHS at St. Elizabeths, a National Historic Landmark (NHL) and former Government-run hospital for the insane. St. Elizabeths is divided into two campuses, the West Campus and the East Campus. While DHS's headquarters will be housed on both, it will function as one unified campus.
This Web site will inform you of the planned development for the DHS Headquarters Consolidation at St. Elizabeths Campus. Here, you'll find specific information about the campus history, master planning, the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) process, historic preservation, consulting party meetings, design and construction, community activities, opportunities for employment, links to Government sites, news and events, and links to all related documents.