FRPP Frequently Asked Questions
- What is the government-wide real property inventory system/Federal Real Property Profile Management System (FRPP MS)?
- Where can I access it?
- Who can get a user ID?
- How do I request my user ID?
- What is the deadline for submitting updates to the FRPP MS?
- Where can I see the real property inventory data agencies submit to FRPP MS?
- How many properties does the Federal government manage?
What is the government-wide real property inventory system/Federal Real Property Profile Management System (FRPP MS)?
The FRPP MS is the successor to the Federal Real Property Profile, the government-wide inventory developed in 2004 to house information about the nature, use and extent of the Federal government’s real property assets. It contains data on all executive branch agency real property assets within and outside the United States, including improvements on Federal land, except when otherwise required for reasons of national security.”
It was created by Executive Order 13327 "Federal Real Property Asset Management" to meet the following goals:
• Lead to an increased level of agency accountability for asset management• Allow comparing and benchmarking across various types of real property assets• Give decision-makers the accurate, reliable data needed to make asset management decisions, including disposing of unneeded Federal properties
How can I access it?
Click here to access the FRPP MS.
Who can get an FRPP MS user ID?
Only U.S. Federal Government employees and, in certain cases, contractors who are supporting federal agencies in submitting data to FRPP MS can receive a user id.
How do I request my user ID?
You should direct all new user ID requests by emailing FRPPMS@gsa.gov. Approvals for new accounts and the level of access will be granted by an agency administrator within each Federal agency. Each agency may only view its own data.
What is the deadline for reporting agencies to submit updates to the FRPP MS?
The requirements for submitting data to the FRPP MS are detailed in the Federal Real Property Council’s annual Guidance for Real Property Inventory Reporting that can be found in the FRPP Guidance Library. Agencies must submit their end-of-fiscal–year real property inventory by December 15 of each year.
Where can I see the real property inventory data agencies submit to FRPP MS?
The annual FRPP Summary Reports can be accessed online from the FRPP Summary Reports Library.
How many properties does the Federal Government manage?
Details regarding the government’s inventory can be found in the latest FRPP annual summary report.