​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The  Facilities Management Office strives to put in place strategies and policies to enable State System universities to effectively and efficiently develop and maintain top-notch facilities and campuses, and to assist universities in being successful in this mission.  ​​(Back to Administration & Finance​)

Responsibilities and functions include:

  • Strategies, policies, and procedures related to capital facilities, capital budgets, and real estate acquisitions; and processes for necessary approvals by the Board of Governors, General Assembly, Governor’s Budget Office, and others
  • The System’s building inventory and space planning guidelines Strategies, policies, and procedures regarding life-cycle maintenance, repair, renovation, and demolition of existing facilities.
  • Professional engineering and architectural and construction contracting strategies, tools, and procedures for System universities Energy and utility strategies and procurement
  • Emergency preparedness, police, and environmental, health and safety And, facility management of the Dixon University Center.

The Construction Support Office​ is part of the Facilities Management Office.

 Facilities Manual

​The Facilities Manual provides procedures for planning, programming, and executing facilities projects for the System. Specific facilities-related contracting procedures are provided separately by the Construction Support Office.

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 Facilities Database

​The Facilities Database contains an inventory of the System's buildings, infrastructure, and real estate; along with reporting and space planning tools. The Facilities Database is a controlled site, requiring secure login by the user.​  ​

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(Secure site)​​

 Key '93

​The Keystone Recreation, Park, and Conservation Fund (Key '93) was established in PA Act 50 of 1993 and allots funds from the Real Estate Transfer Tax to System universities for deferred maintenance. The statute requires an annual report on the expenditures made from the previous year’s appropriation.

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