“Thursday is the deadline for Washington, D.C., employees of the Bureau of Land Management to decide if they will take a reassignment out West. Some employees may get extensions.
The agency is moving about 300 positions out of the nation’s capital, including 39 to Arizona and 27 to Grand Junction, Colorado, which it’s calling a new headquarters.
A Department of Interior spokesman told the outlet Government Executive last month the relocation was ‘moving full speed ahead.’
The Trump administration has said moving employees closer to the lands they manage will lead to more locally driven decisions.”