Facilities planning

Overview – CPAB and SFPP

The programs and services administered by the State of Oregon, through various agencies, boards and commissions, require physical assets to occur. These assets, in total, represent a significant financial outlay that must be understood to ensure proper stewardship for both long term utility and strategic investment purposes. ORS 276.227 charges DAS with managing a statewide facility planning process. The process, administered by Facilities Planning within the Capital Finance and Planning section of the Chief Financial Office (CFO), provides an objective evaluation of our state portfolio for making long-range, strategic investment decisions that prioritize (among other factors) liability and risk, programmatic need, and community benefit. The purpose of this effort is to ensure the state is making rational, data-driven investment decisions using a multitude of dimensions, and providing facilities that are as efficient and effective as possible in delivering responsive government services.  Facilities Planning was established by Executive Order 12-17 to provide lead responsibility for the planning of capital projects and plans. 


Facilities Planning oversees the following key tasks related to the implementation of ORS 276.227:

    • Maintain a database of all state facilities and their physical condition

    • Administering the Statewide Facility Planning Process (described herein)

    • Analyzing and evaluating statewide facility needs for capital budgeting

    • Setting guidelines, standards, and best practices for state facilities

    ​• Providing information and recommendations on state facilities to elected leaders​​​​

​​Statewide Facilities Planning Process Manual​

Space Guideline Study​​

Lease v. Own Financial Model - Final

Lease v. Own Financial Model - Final - Populated Example

Utilization Optimization Financial Impact Model - Final

Utilization Optimization Financial Impact Model - Final - Populated Example

State of Oregon Space Programming Tool​

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