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PUBLIC PROPERTY AND SUPPLIES
EO29-44. (No. 03-10) [Inter-Agency Tenant Committee for State-Owned Space
State of Vermont currently owns and operates nearly four million square feet of
269 of No. 152 Acts of 2000 authorized the creation of a Facilities Operations
Revolving fund to appropriately reflect total space costs within State agency
budgets, allocating the expenses by means of a rental charge to tenant State
agencies (a "fee-for-space"); and
fee-for-space rates include maintenance and custodial services provided by the
Department of Buildings and General Services to tenant agencies; and
State agencies seek a voice in the operation of their respective buildings,
including staffing and scheduled repairs and maintenance, as well as a vehicle
to find and implement efficiencies in such operations; and
on-going and collaborative effort with Department of Buildings and General
Services and tenant agencies can result in space cost savings for tenant
I, James H. Douglas, by virtue of the power vested in me as Governor, do hereby
establish an Inter-Agency Tenant Committee for State-Owned Space (hereinafter
the Tenant Committee).
Committee, appointed by respective agency and department heads, shall consist
of representatives from tenant State agencies and departments to include the
Agency of Administration, the Agency of Human Services; the Agency of Natural
Resources; the Agency of Transportation; the Department of Corrections; the
Department of Education; the Department of Public Safety; and the Judiciary.
The Governor shall appoint the Chair.
support to the Tenant Committee shall be provided by the Department of
Buildings and General Services.
Committee shall be advisory to the Governor, and shall meet at least quarterly
or at the call of the Chair. The Committee shall have the following functions
1. To engage
tenant State agencies directly in the operational and financial management of
their respective buildings and oversight of the Facilities Operations Revolving
2. To advise the
Department of Buildings and General Services on the operation of state-owned
buildings, including staffing and scheduled repairs and maintenance, in order
to improve operations, save money and more fully meet the needs of tenant State
3. To review
annually, and make recommendations to the Commissioner on appropriate
levels-of-service provided and fee-for-space rates charged to tenant State
Order shall take effect upon execution and shall expire on June 30, 2014.
Dated June 22,