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BLM Now Colorado-based

Staff On Duty In New Offices

In August, the U.S. Bureau of Land Management officially relocated its headquarters to Grand Junction, Colo., a move Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt promised will strengthen “our relationship with communities in the West by ensuring decisionmakers are living and working closer to the lands they manage for the American people.

“This effort will also save a great deal of money that can be reinvested in our field operations,” he said.

William Perry Pendley, who is BLM deputy director for Policy and Programs—whom the president has nominated to be BLM director—said the agency tried to ensure that BLM workers who were unable to move to Colorado found a job in Washington, D.C.