Federal Real Property: an Update on High Risk Issues

Federal Real Property: an Update on High Risk Issues

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In Jan. 2003, fed. real property was designated as a high-risk area because of long-standing problems with excess and underutilized property, deteriorating facilities, unreliable real property data, over-reliance on costly leasing, and security challenges. In Jan. 2009, it was found that agencies have taken some positive steps to address real property issues but that some of the core problems persist. This testimony focuses on: (1) progress made by major real property-holding agencies to strategically manage real property; (2) ongoing problems regarding agencies' efforts to address real property issues; and (3) underlying obstacles identified as hampering agencies' real property reform efforts governmentwide. Illustrations.actually sold real property.17 Such data weaknesses reduce the effectiveness of the FRPP as a tool to enable governmentwide ... Furthermore, although USPS is not required to submit data to FRPP, in December 2007, we found reliability issues with USPS data that also ... agencies continued to face were excess and underutilized property, deteriorating facilities, and maintenance and repair backlogs.


Title:Federal Real Property: an Update on High Risk Issues
Author: Mark L. Goldstein
Publisher:DIANE Publishing - 2009-12
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