Implementation of a comprehensive, centralized facility management / asset management program is essential for the proper management of the State's finances and fixed assets. Centralization is necessary in order to: develop and implement uniform standards for capital projects; establish equitable, uniform space standards; maintain an accurate, comprehensive database of the state's fixed assets; avoid costly duplication of facility management systems; and provide access to a common data base for multiple users.
The mission shall be accomplished in a manner that: is professional, efficient, cost effective, and responsive; insures that the buildings are safe, functional, energy efficient, environmentally comfortable, esthetically pleasant, secure from unlawful actions, and properly maintained; and provides the appropriate physical environment which meets the needs of each user agency.
- To insure optimum utilization of the state's fixed assets through a statewide facility management system.
- To insure cost effective, quality capital investments.
- To reduce the expenditures for state leased facilities.
- To ensure that all governmental facilities are in conformance with builiding codes and environmental standards.
- To reduce energy consumptions in state facilities.
- To increase organizational cohesiveness and effectiveness.