Gov. Haley: Three Recommendations to Save on State-Owned Property
Yesterday Governor Haley presented the results of a 2013 executive order directing state agencies to assess what the state owns. The Governor’s Department of Administration worked with a real estate firm, CBRE, to collect data and analyze how the state can save money on the buildings and properties. The state owns more than half a million acres of land and 7800 buildings. While CBRE’s assessment process is still ongoing, the firm has recommended three ways for the state to increase efficiency and save money. South Carolina Public Radio’s Laura Hunsberger has more.