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Appendix A: Best Facility Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization Practices
Pages 119-121

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From page 119...
... GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR FSRM MANAGEMENT • Ensure that the entire Office of Facilities and Property Management (OFPM) staff and all facility users/ stakeholders engaged in FSRM decision making and facility capital planning have continuous and easy access to common, accurate and up-to-date asset data.
From page 120...
... • Improving senior leaders' response to FSRM funding requests by presenting the case in clear terms of strategic risk and risk mitigation. Narrowing the gap between acknowledged need and funding allocations by changing the primary approach from "give us more FSRM funds in order to reduce the backlog" over to "give us more FSRM funds to reduce specific risks to mission." • Experimentation with reframing the deferred backlog issue by augmenting current practices with modified and additional practices already developed and successfully used by others: • Continuing facility condition assessments.
From page 121...
... • Encouraging or even requiring research program officials to communicate with senior leaders regarding future, minimum annual funding levels for the organization's existing facility portfolio and the mission consequences if those minimum funds are not allocated and spent on FSRM of existing facilities. BEST PRACTICES FOR EXECUTION OF FSRM FUNDING • It is best to refrain from including any factors that modern risk managers have abandoned (e.g., arithmetic operations performed on ordinal numbers derived from Likert scales)

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