Federal Real Property Council (FRPC)

About the FRPC

The FRPC is an interagency council established by Executive Order 13327, "Federal Real Property Asset Management,” and later enacted into law by the Federal Property Management Reform Act (P.L. 114-318) to promote the efficient and economical use of America's real property assets and to assure management accountability for implementing federal real property reforms.

The FRPC provides guidance to agencies on reporting their real property each year. This guidance can be found at the FRPP Guidance Library.

Members of the FRPC

The FRPC includes Senior Real Property Officers (SRPOs), the Controller of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), the Administrator of General Services, and any other officials or employees permitted by OMB’s Deputy Director for Management, who chairs the Council.

OMB provides funding and administrative support to the Council. Each agency and department that holds real property and is subject to the Chief Financial Officers Act of 1990 has a designated SRPO. Duties and responsibilities of the FRPC and SRPOs are outlined in Executive Order 13327 [PDF - 158 KB].

Role of the Real Property Policy Division

The Real Property Policy Division supports the FRPC by:

  • Providing policy oversight and guidance on federal real property management;
  • Publishing performance measures and standards adopted by the FRPC;
  • Establishing and maintaining a database of all real property under the custody and control of executive branch agencies; and
  • Establishing data and information technology standards to ensure uniform reporting on real property by landholding agencies.
Last Reviewed: 2022-06-06