(1) To provide leasing, appraisal and other real estate services to state spending units;
(2) To ensure that the purchase of real estate and all contracts for lease are based on established real estate standards and fair market price;
(3) To develop and implement minimum lease space standards for the lease of any grounds, buildings, office or other space required by any spending unit of state government;
(4) To develop and implement minimum standards for the selection and acquisition, by contract or lease, of all grounds, buildings, office space or other space by a spending unit of state government except as otherwise provided in this article;
(5) To establish and maintain a comprehensive database of all state real estate contracts and leases;
(6) To develop policies and procedures for statewide real property management;
(7) To maintain a statewide real property management system that has consolidated real property, building and lease information for all departments, agencies and institutions of state government;
(8) To develop and maintain a centralized repository of comprehensive space needs for all state departments, agencies and institutions of state government, including up-to-date space and resource utilization, anticipated needs and recommended options;
(9) To provide statewide policy leadership and coordinate master planning to guide and organize capital asset management; and
(10) To provide assistance to all state departments, agencies or institutions in acquiring, leasing and disposing of real property.
Note: WV Code updated with legislation passed through the 2016 Regular Session
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