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Office politics: Improving public sector property management

May 16, 2012 Comments off
Shrinking budgets are driving fundamental changes to the size and shape of governments around the world. Leaders are exploring a more compact, dynamic government workforce, and in turn, their underlying asset needs are changing. Simply put, a reduced workforce translates to reduced property needs. But tackling the effective management of one of government’s largest spending areas is easier said than done.

While each government faces its own unique set of barriers to improving property management, there are a number of critical success factors to creating and employing smart property strategies. This report examines five areas that would enable more streamlined and efficient handling of government property through best practices and examples from across the globe.
Individual PDFs for US, NZ. AU, CA, Czech Republic, Finland

Country Specific Information: Czech Republic

August 14, 2011 Comments off

Country Specific Information: Czech Republic
Source: U.S. Department of State

August 09, 2011

COUNTRY DESCRIPTION: The Czech Republic is centrally located in the heart of Europe. It has a democratic parliamentary system of government and a well-developed economy. The Czech Republic is a member of NATO and the European Union. Tourist facilities in the capital city of Prague are at the level of those found in most European capitals, although travelers can expect varying standards outside of Prague. Please read the Department of State’s Background Notes on the Czech Republic for additional information.