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The Administrator of the General Services Administration (GSA) is charged with promoting maximum use of excess real property by executive agencies and disposing of property no longer required by federal agencies. The Administrator has the authority to decide how federal excess and surplus real property will be managed. He has delegated the authority to a Commissioner who in turn has delegated it to the regional administrators. A review was made of these procedures at three GSA regions, and records and procedures at other federal agencies were also reviewed to determine whether property had been properly accounted for.

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