Other pages about the topic: Facilities Oversight

State facilities policies

The Office of Financial Management’s Facility Oversight Program has established the following policies to promote the efficient use of leased and owned facilities.

Real estate policies study

Section 1085 of the enacted 2013-15 capital budget (ESSB 5035) calls for the Office of Financial Management (OFM) to review and recommend best practices of real estate policies related to lease or construction of commercial office space and warehouse facilities.

Facility life cycle cost analysis: alternatives comparison

State law requires the Office of Financial Management (OFM) to establish, deploy and maintain the state’s life cycle cost model for conducting analysis of various facilities' solutions, including ownership and leasing. It also requires OFM to establish policies, standards and procedures related to this model.

Facilities inventory

The inventory of state-owned and leased facilities by state agencies represents a significant financial investment by the citizens of Washington state. As a result, RCW 43.82.150 requires an annual inventory of state-owned and leased facilities. This report is referred to as the annual facilities inventory.

Facilities Oversight staff agency assignments

 

Dan McConnon
Assistant Director, Technology Services and Facilities Planning 
360-902-7309

Tami Johnson
Program Assistant
360-902-3063

Request to acquire, expand, or relocate a state facility (modified pre-design)

Facilities owned and leased by state agencies represent a significant financial investment by the citizens of Washington. To manage this investment by using state facilities to their fullest potential before acquiring new facilities whenever possible, the Office of Financial Management (OFM) is required to establish and maintain a process for the approval of new space.

Facilities Portfolio Management Tool (FPMT)

To understand and manage the significant financial investment made by the citizens of Washington in state-owned and leased facilities used by state agencies, RCW 43.82.150 requires OFM to develop and maintain an inventory system of all facilities owned and leased by state government.  

State Agency Facility Oversight

The Office of Financial Management’s Facilities Oversight Program oversees real estate procurement and management by applying a statewide perspective to analysis, long-term planning, policy development, and state facility portfolio management.

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