Unreliable real property data has been a long-standing problem for federal landholding agencies. Under the PresidentAis real property initiative, agencies are being held accountable for, among other things, improving the accuracy of their real property inventory and disposing of unneeded property. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the fourth largest landholding agency, uses the Real Estate Management Information System (REMIS) for recording its civil works inventory. The author was asked to determine whether REMIS could provide reliable information on the CorpsAi civil works land disposals from FY 1996 through 2006. Includes recommendations. Charts and tables.Corps of Engineers Needs to Improve the Reliability of Its Real Property Disposal Data Terrell G. Dorn ... We reviewed a number of our previous reports on real property management, the Department of Defense Inspector Generala#39;s work ... the Corpsa#39; 32 district officesaBaltimore, Maryland; Fort Worth, Texas; Omaha, Nebraska; and Los Angeles, Californiaawith REMIS databases. ... York; Northwestern, Portland, Oregon; and Southwestern, Dallas, Texasa that oversee these districts.
|Title||:||Federal Real Property|
|Author||:||Terrell G. Dorn|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 2008-10-01|