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Federal Real Property: Progress Made in Reducing Unneeded Property, but VA Needs Better Information to Make Further Reductions
The VA operates one of the largest healthcare-rela

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By Mark L. Goldstein (au)
Year: 2008
Pages: 71
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 143790968X

The VA operates one of the largest healthcare-related real estate portfolios in the nation. However, many VA facilities are older and no longer well suited to providing care, leaving VA with millions of square feet of property it does not use to capacity (underutilized) or at all (vacant). This report identifies: (1) VAs progress in reducing underutilized or vacant property and how much VA spends operating the underutilized or vacant property it retains; (2) VAs use of its various legal authorities to reduce underutilized and vacant property and the extent to which VA tracks how these authorities contribute to reductions; and (3) the challenges VA faces in minimizing underutilized and vacant space and the strategies VA is using to address these challenges. Illus.

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