The State of Tennessee has taken on an initiative to improve the management of the state’s real estate portfolio, one of its largest expenses. Learn how officials from the Department of General Services (DGS) worked with Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) to prepare a master plan of the agency’s facilities and improve the organization and management of those facilities. With this revamped approach to facilities management, DGS will save more than $40 million over the 5-year contract.
- Hear how and why Tennessee outsourced its Facilities Management Program
- Review the 2016 NASCA Institute case study, A Managed Service Contract for Facilities Management in Tennessee
- Learn how Tennessee provided a high-performing program delivering sustainable, transformational results in the least amount of time and cost
- Examine Tennessee’s processes, results and lessons learned
- John Hull, Deputy Commissioner, Real Estate Asset Management Division (STREAM), State of Tennessee
- Tom Foster, Alliance Director for the State of Tennessee, JLL
- Bob Oglesby, Commissioner of General Services, State of Tennessee and NASCA Executive Committee member
- Herman E. Bulls, Vice Chairman, Americas, International Director, JLL
This case study was initially presented at the 2016 NASCA Institute on Management and Leadership. Registration is open to all NASCA state members, and state employees or others recommended to attend as a guest of the Chief Administrator. In addition, all NASCA corporate members all welcome to participate.