Real Property Management: Reforms in Four Countries Promote Competition : Report to the Chairman, Subcommittee on Water Resources, Transportation, Public Buildings, and Economic Development, Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works
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Page 48 - ... outcome measure' means an assessment of the results of a program activity compared to its intended purpose; (3) 'output measure' means the tabulation, calculation, or recording of activity or effort and can be expressed in a quantitative or qualitative manner, "(4) 'performance goal...
Page 10 - Sept. 30, 1992). Federal Office Space: Obstacles to Purchasing Commercial Properties From RTC. FDIC, and Others (GAO/GGD-92-60, Mar. 31, 1992) . Real Property Management Issues Facing GSA and Congress (GAO/TGGD-92-4, Oct. 30, 1991). GSA: A Central Management Agency Needing Comprehensive Congressional Oversight (GAO/T-GGD-92-3, Oct. 29, 1991).
Page 40 - Management Reform GAO's Comments on the National Performance Review's Recommendations (GAO/OCG-94-1, Dec. 3, 1993).
Page 10 - Oct. 28, 1991). Federal Buildings: Actions Needed to Prevent Further Deterioration and Obsolescence (GAO/GGD-91-57, May 13, 1991). General Services Administration: Status of Management Improvement Efforts (GAO/GGD-91-59, Apr. 3, 1991). Facilities Location Policy: GSA Should Propose a More Consistent and Businesslike Approach (GAO/GGD-90-109, Sept. 28, 1990).
Page 10 - Federal Buildings: Actions Needed to Prevent Further Deterioration and Obsolescence (GAO/GGD-91-67, May 13, 1991); and Federal Office Space: Obstacles to Purchasing Properties from RTC, FD1C, and Others (GAO/GGD-92-60, Mar.