The comptroller's role in facilities management
Gerner, James P.
Henderson, David R.
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This thesis examines the role of the comptroller in the area of Facilities Management. Though facilities management is often the largest consumer of operational resources handled by the comptroller, this field has historically been left strictly to the control of staff officers of the Civil Engineer Corp. The fiscal climate of the 1990s will reward line managers who are able to work in partnership with their facilities managers. This thesis provides a framework of understanding on which such a partnership can be built.
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