Success Stories highlight the various ways we partner with other organizations to help them achieve their goals.
A civil contractor from Harrah, Wash., turned to the federal surplus program to acquire equipment for her business.
Where a bare concrete pad used to sit, a blooming garden now flourishes—attracting both pollinators and visitors.
When employees began working from home, government agencies had to adjust how they sent and received mail. DES' Consolidated Mail Services adjusted with them to keep the business of government working smoothly.
How new space for Washington's national guardsmen went from groundbreaking to done in just 14 months
The Washington National Guard used DES' contracting and project management services to get a 39,000-square-foot readiness center constructed for national guardsmen training.
In need of a generator to power large-scale water filtration projects, JJH Earthworks turned to DES and the federal surplus program available to veterans who own small businesses.
Two dozen sculptures that once graced Never Never Land at Point Defiance Park were rescued from storage and delivered to their biggest fans.