WASHINGTON Responding to a challenge from President Obama to improve the health of federal employees, the General Services Administration is now requiring on-site foodservice providers at government buildings to offer wellness and sustainability programs. The programs will be featured in the requests for proposal, or RFPs, when federal accounts go out for bid, said John Cornyn, co-founder of the Portland, Ore.-based Cornyn-Fasano Group consultancy. Cornyn has been given a leadership role in ...

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