The neighbors are at it again. Maryland and Virginia continue to pitch the pros of their respective jurisdictions while they try to win the competition to become the next home of the FBI. A week after the General Services Administration contacted delegations from Virginia and Maryland to say that its decision on where to locate the FBI would come after additional “consultations” with representatives from both jurisdictions, Maryland Gov. Wes Moore weighed in. During a visit to North Bethesda on Friday, Moore told reporters he was intent on “making sure that the FBI ends up in the state of Maryland.” Moore called landing the FBI headquarters one of his highest priorities and urged the GSA and the FBI to stick to the criteria previously laid out in the selection process, including a focus on equity.
The competition continues: Maryland and Virginia continue to make their pitches for new FBI headquarters
February 22, 2023