GSA Releases FY 2006 Federal Real Property Report
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July 23, 2007
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Washington, DC – The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Federal Real Property Report, an annual study that has helped the federal government identify and shed billions worth of unneeded assets, has been updated and is now available, GSA announced Monday.
The FY 2006 Federal Real Property Report provides an overview of the federal government’s owned and leased real property as of September 30, 2006. The reported data is pulled from the Federal Real Property Profile (FRPP) inventory system, a centralized, comprehensive, and descriptive database of the government’s real property portfolio, developed and managed by GSA.
“Making sure our federal buildings and property are being used in the best way possible is just good government management,” said Kevin Messner, Acting Associate Administrator in GSA’s Office of Governmentwide Policy. “This report is instrumental in helping agencies tailor their real property inventories to their needs and has already led to the disposition of more than $4.5 billion dollars worth of unneeded assets in less than three years.”
The FY 2006 report marks the second reporting year for the governmentwide data elements as required by Executive Order (EO) 13327, “Federal Real Property Asset Management.” Issued on February 4, 2004, EO 13327 established the Federal Real Property Council to oversee the federal government’s asset management planning process and to improve government real property performance. All executive branch agencies are required to submit constructed asset-level data to the FRPP on an annual basis.
The report is posted on the GSA website at gsa.gov/realpropertyprofile. Hard copies are available by contacting Dennis Goldstein, Director, Asset Management Division at 202-219-0608 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Further information on the FY 2006 Federal Real Property Report can be found in FMR-Bulletin 2007-B5 at gsa.gov/federalmanagementregulation.
Founded in 1949, GSA serves as a centralized procurement and property management agency for the Federal government. GSA manages more than one-fourth of the government’s total procurement dollars and influences the management of $500 billion in federal assets, including 8,300 government-owned or leased buildings and 170,000 vehicles. GSA helps preserve our past and define our future, acting as a steward of more than 420 historic properties, and as manager of USA.gov, the official portal to federal government information and services. GSA’s mission to provide superior workplaces, expert technology solutions, acquisition services, purchasing and e-travel solutions and management policies, at best value, allows federal agencies to focus on their core missions.
Did You Know? When President Truman signed legislation creating GSA, for the first time, all responsibility for property management was given to one agency