Transforming Federal Property Management: A Case for Public-Private Partnerships

Professor Long’s report considers the potential for public-private partnerships as a response to federal property management issues. This report focuses on the major property-related issues and the author assesses how public-private partnerships (PPP) might be used to resolve problems such as excess and underutilized property, deteriorating facilities, and reliance on costly leasing. All these issues pose significant challenges to federal property management. The use of PPPs has the potential to effectively respond to these challenges.

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