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Despite authorizing legislation, the General Services Administration (GSA) has not always promoted maximum utilization of excess land by the executive agencies. In some cases, GSA disposal of land outside the government led to unnecessary expenditures by the requesting agency, resulted in litigation, and caused uncertainty to an agency which delayed disposal of federal property. Further, the reduced screening period on certain types of property did not expedite the disposal of property outside the federal government.

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