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GSA Considers Federal Building Construction in Salem, Oregon, a Low Priority

GGD-88-133FS: Published: Sep 28, 1988. Publicly Released: Oct 10, 1988.

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Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO assessed the: (1) economic feasibility of constructing a federal facility in Salem, Oregon; and (2) General Services Administration's (GSA) process for making capital allocation decisions.

GAO found that GSA: (1) analyzed its space requirements in Salem in 1981 and concluded that the current low leasing costs and the declining need for space did not justify facility construction; (2) continued to experience a declining need for space in Salem from 1981 to 1988; and (3) has no current plans for facility construction in Salem and has assigned Salem a low priority for possible construction, since it allocates capital investment funds to projects which offer the highest savings for the government.

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