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Prince George's Lands a Big Federal Agency (No, it's not the FBI)

Roughly 3,700 U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services employees will move into a new headquarters near the Branch Avenue Metro Station.

The General Services Administration has inked a deal to consolidate part of the Department of Homeland Security into a new headquarters to be built by the Branch Avenue Metro station in Prince George's County. The $256.6 million, 15-year deal will shift about 3,700 employees with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services from five leased locations across the D.C. area into a new, 574,767-square-foot headquarters in One Town Center on One Capital Gateway Drive in Camp Springs, the GSA said in a news.

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