TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — The Kansas Department of Revenue is studying its options for moving out of the Docking State Office Building but has not determined when or where the relocation will happen.
Revenue Secretary Nick Jordan told employees earlier this month that the department will stay in Topeka. He said he wants the department to stay in one building but that might not be possible because of limited office space in Topeka.
The Topeka Capital-Journal reports Jordan told employees that the Department of Administration had closed a request for public bids to lease office space for the revenue department. He says his department currently is reviewing potential sites.
The Brownback administration wants to demolish the Docking building, which is almost $100 million behind on maintenance, and sell several other state office buildings.