GSA Gets to ‘Green’ on PMA
Posted February 24, 2006
Clay Johnson, Deputy Director for Management at the Office of Management and Budget, recently addressed a group of GSA associates and praised their work in getting to the rating of 'Green' on the President’s Management Agenda (PMA) for the first quarter of 2006 in Federal Real Property Asset Management.
GSA is the first agency recognized by the Administration achieving 'Green' status on the PMA scorecard on this initiative.
The highlights Mr. Johnson mentioned regarding GSA’s progress in meeting the President’s right-sizing goals for Real Property Asset Management outlined in the PMA:
Disposing 27 vacant or underutilized properties through our portfolio restructuring efforts;
Improving asset utilization to 93.2% in government owned assets and 98.8% in leased assets by eliminating vacant space;
Improving the condition of our inventory with more than 76% of assets meeting the FRPC standards for facility condition by targeting reinvestment dollars toward core assets in the portfolio;
Operating buildings at the appropriate costs with PBS cleaning maintenance and utility expenses 10.5% below private sector BOMA benchmarks.
GSA is a member of the Federal Real Property Council (FRPC) and is working with other federal landholding agencies to implement Executive Order 13327.