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Land management relocation plan to receive further scrutiny

 

December 13, 2019



GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (AP) — A federal oversight office will look into a plan to relocate Bureau of Land Management jobs to Colorado and other western states, officials said.

The Government Accountability Office agreed to review the Interior Department plan, The Grand Junction Sentinel reports.

The proposal would relocate the bureau's headquarters to Grand Junction along with its director and office staff of between 27 and 40 positions, officials said.

About 300 bureau jobs in Washington, D.C., will be redistributed to several Western states, including 85 in various Colorado locations, fe...



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