I notice we are at 50% staffing than when I first started. We have many unused cubicles in LBJ and UCP. How about condensing the spaces and sharing cubicles if we telecommute? Since we are going more electronic record-based, we can also condense the paper cabinets that take up floor space as well.
We maintain cubicles/officespace, telephone service, etc. for employees that visit the office maybe once every 4-6 months. Why not go to a hoteling system where such employees reserve a cubicle on an as needed basis. This could cut down on utilities and other costs related to maintaining unused space. It's something that auditors in public accounting have done successfully.