John Egan is appointed commissioner of OGS.
A fire at the Binghamton State Office Building closes the building for 13 years. OGS works with 20 state agencies and the Binghamton community to relocate tenants to local space.
OGS adds two new electric vehicles, the first of 13, to the state’s fleet.
Queen Beatrix of Netherlands visits Albany.
OGS gains control of all state vehicles and begins managing agency fleets.
The Plaza Tower at the Empire State Plaza is renamed the Mayor Erastus Corning II Tower (Corning Tower) to honor the long-tenured Albany Mayor’s contributions to the city and state.
Governor Mario Cuomo dedicates the New York State Vietnam Memorial, facilitated by OGS and located in a courtyard outside the Abrams Building for Law and Justice. Ceremonies begin at dawn with a reading of the names of over 4,000 New Yorkers who lost their lives in Vietnam.
The State Office Campus named for Governor W. Averell Harriman.
OGS helps plan the Empire State Reception during Liberty Weekend in New York Harbor, a celebration of the 100 years of Lady Liberty.
The Poughkeepsie Office Building is dedicated to Eleanor Roosevelt, making it the first New York State office building named for a woman.
John Hudacs is confirmed as commissioner of OGS.