The federal government has invested more than $300 billion in 500,000 buildings and other facilities worldwide to support the provision of government services. Evidence is mounting that the physical condition, functionality, and quality of federal facilities are deteriorating.
Stewardship of Federal Facilities identifies factors and processes contributing to this deterioration and recommends a framework of methods, practices, and strategies to foster accountability for the stewardship of federal facilities and to allocate resources for their maintenance and repair.
National Research Council. 1998. Stewardship of Federal Facilities: A Proactive Strategy for Managing the Nation's Public Assets. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/6266.
|2 Related Issues||24-41|
|3 Condition Assessments||42-58|
|4 Strategic Framework||59-82|
|5 Findings and Recommendations||83-98|
|Appendix A: Biographical Sketches of Committee Members||99-107|
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