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Georgia State Code
Title      50
Chapter       9  
Section Navigation     1 ... 10         11 ... 33    
    34 ... 43         44 ... 65    
      66 ... 111     
Section<<< 66 80 81 82 83 84 100 101 110 111  
Title 50, Chapter 9, Section 111 (50-9-111)

(a) Beginning July 1, 1999, each state entity shall compile information on all state buildings under the custody or control of such state entity necessary for the compilation of an inventory of all state owned or leased buildings; provided, however, that all improvements acquired for public works that will ultimately be disposed of are excluded from the requirements of this article. On or before October 1, 1999, and as changes occur, but by no later than such date annually, each state entity shall send such information to the authority. The authority shall compile the information in an electronic format and produce a report to the chairperson of the State Institutions and Property Committee of the Georgia House of Representatives and to the chairperson of the Finance and Public Utilities Committee of the Georgia Senate.

(b) The inventory shall be accomplished by the completion of a form for each state building under the custody or control of such state entity. The form shall be designed and promulgated by the authority.

(c) The inventory required by subsection (a) of this Code section shall include, as a minimum, the following:

(1) The name of the building or another description identifying the building;

(2) The location of the building;

(3) The name of the building manager or, in the case of a state building which is leased to a tenant who is responsible for the operation of the building, the tenant or the tenant's building manager;

(4) The square footage of the building;

(5) Information as to whether such building is currently in use by the state entity or is being leased to a private tenant by such state entity;

(6) The nature of the use of the building at the time inventory is made;

(7) Estimation of the building's fair market value or replacement value at the time inventory is made, and if the building is leased to a private tenant who is responsible for the operation of the building, an estimation of the fair market value of the building at the time the lease agreement was executed;

(8) Information on major building components, such as electrical, mechanical, structural, roof, elevators, escalators, underground storage tanks, emergency generators, boilers, and life safety systems, and their estimated expected life;

(9) Information on the age of the building and its historic significance, if any;

(10) Information on the accessibility of the building and grounds;

(11) Information on energy consumption and utility connections and usage; and

(12) Other information required by the authority, the chairperson of the State Institutions and Property Committee of the Georgia House of Representatives, or the chairperson of the Finance and Public Utilities Committee of the Georgia Senate.

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