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DGS Hosts February Python Meetup on Python Frameworks

BALTIMORE, MD (March 5, 2020)

On Friday, February 7, 2020, DGS hosted its monthly Python Meet-Up at Spark Baltimore. Turnout was great, with around 50 people attending and representing city agencies, non-profits, and start-ups. These meet-ups are important to fostering community and knowledge exchanges between the public and private sectors.

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Dan Wu Joins DGS for the First City Government Coffee Club Event

$2.4 trillion will be spent in the next decade on the “fourth industrial revolution.” This includes a broad range of technologies and data collection aimed to

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Citron Hygiene Installs New Disposal Units in Abel Wolman Women's Restrooms

In January of 2020, DGS leveled-up it’s bathroom stall interiors by installing the Essentia Menstrual Product Disposal units in all the women’s bathrooms throughout the Abel Wolman Building.

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DGS to Rehab Baltimore Streetcar Museum's Machine Shop

The Board of Estimates signed off January 15, 2020, on paying Baltimore architecture firm Gant Burnett to begin the process of rehabbing the Baltimore Streetcar Museum’s machine shop building.

Kathleen Douglas Wins DGS' United Way Campaign Raffle

She came for a bake sale and ended up getting dough!

Renovation of 1200 E. Fayette Street Will Allow Health Department to Expand Services

Baltimore City Health Department’s Eastern Health Clinic moved from 620 Caroline St. last year to a newly renovated facility at 1200 E. Fayette Street. Capital Projects’ Terence Abraham spearheaded the renovation project.

Construction on Historic Shot Tower Begins

Construction on Baltimore’s historic Phoenix Shot Tower in Jonestown has officially begun.

DGS Welcomes the Energy Office Back

Department of General Services would like to welcome Julia Kalloz, Deputy Chief of Energy, and Mark Benson, Energy Program Manager, to the team! 

Chris Hepler Recognized by City Courts for Major Courthouse Project

Chris Hepler, DGS Construction Project Supervisor II, was recently recognized by the City Courts for leading the successful completion of two new courtrooms in the Clarence M. Mitchell, Jr. Courthouse. 

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