Andrew Heller

Assistant Commissioner for Facilities Management, GSA

Andrew Heller is the Assistant Commissioner for the Office of Facilities Management (OFM) at the U.S. General Services Administration’s (GSA’s) Public Buildings Service (PBS). As the Assistant Commissioner, he is responsible for providing facilities related solutions and services to Federal tenants located in over 8,800 Federally owned and leased workspaces across the nation. OFM’s mission is to provide safe, reliable, productive and sustainable workspace environments that support the business of the Federal Government at best value to the taxpayer. Andrew began his career with GSA in 2004 as an Asset Manager in the GSA/PBS Mid-Atlantic Region. In 2008, Andrew transitioned to the Office of Real Property Asset Management (RPAM) at PBS Headquarters, working for several years in the Portfolio Analysis Division before being promoted to Portfolio Operations Manager and eventually, Deputy Assistant Commissioner. In 2016, Andrew began to take on the dual role of Deputy Assistant Commissioner and National Client Executive for the Judiciary, one of GSA’s largest customers. In 2018, Andrew moved to his current position as Assistant Commissioner for the Office of Facilities Management. Prior to Federal service, Andrew worked as an accountant at a public accounting firm in Pittsburgh, PA. Andrew is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh, with degrees in finance and accounting, and attended graduate school as an MBA candidate at The George Washington University School of Business. Andrew currently resides in Leesburg, VA with his wife and two daughters.