Cost-savings based on better tools, expertise and effective data analysis
Budgets are always top-of-mind for government agencies, but in an environment where spending cuts and even shutdowns lurk around the corner, reducing spend becomes paramount. That's why many public-sector organizations are using flexible, data driven capital planning for their real estate portfolios to help improve declining asset conditions and make sure each capital requested is fully vetted, driving improvement in their overall financial standing.
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With the near-term outlook still cloudy as the 2016 election cycle approaches, and 30 million square feet of GSA leases set to expire over the next 12 months, decisions will need to be made in order to halt future space deferrals.
Public-sector organizations can benefit from implementing proven cost-reducing strategies from the private sector, but are often faced with public scrutiny associated with outsourcing services.
Find out how the right real estate partner can help you meet public transparency expectations
There is no “one size fits all” solution to corporate portfolios, so government agencies must find an optimal composition of leased and owned space that drives cost reduction and best supports business needs.
Learn what you should consider when deciding to own or lease your facilities
Public-private partnership (P3) not only help resolve budget issues, but can provide in-depth real estate expertise and creativity to help government and not-for-profit groups overcome obstacles.
Learn what you should consider before you enter into a P3