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After Tough Audit, TN’s Real Estate Chief Responds: ‘We Do Not Concur. You Can Quote Me.’

After Tough Audit, TN’s Real Estate Chief Responds: ‘We Do Not Concur. You Can Quote Me.’

by / on November 14, 2013

Tennessee’s top government auditors found conflicts of interest in a deal that has resulted in a massive reshuffling of state offices. But those responsible for overseeing the private contract say they must agree to disagree with the audit.

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Gov. Haslam Says State Office Overhaul Is Moving Ahead, Despite New Leadership

Gov. Haslam Says State Office Overhaul Is Moving Ahead, Despite New Leadership

by / on August 12, 2013

Governor Bill Haslam says Tennessee will press on with an overhaul of state office buildings, despite a change in leadership at the agency that will carry it out.

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State Plans to Unload ‘Functionally Obsolete’ Office Buildings

State Plans to Unload ‘Functionally Obsolete’ Office Buildings

by / on November 8, 2012

The state of Tennessee is making plans to sell off large office complexes, including the Cordell Hull Building in the shadow of the state capitol. The agency overseeing state buildings says they’re beyond repair.

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Fleet Reductions Hitting Most Metro Departments

by / on June 9, 2009

The Metro department responsible for maintaining buildings, tuning cars and securing entrances is curtailing services at all levels. The Department of General Services is also cutting four hundred vehicles against the wishes of some Council members.

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