The Bureau of Land Management Is Moving To Grand Junction
The Bureau Of Land Management manages public land and now they will be moving to Grand Junction to set up shop. Currently, the Bureau Of Land Management is headquartered in Washington DC. The Bureau manages about 250 million acres and most of the land is West of the Mississippi.
According to CPR.Org these are the positions that will be filled. 27 positions including the director, deputy director and their attendant staff. 222 employees will move to BLM state offices.85 total employees will relocate to Colorado. 54 positions will be divided between the state office and the National Operations Center in Lakewood and 4 additional positions go to the state office.
Most of the Washington employees will be moving this direction. No word on when the move will take place.