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Mission Statement

The Division of Facilities Management is a customer-driven support organization responsible for providing facilities management services to all CDHS agencies and offices.  These services include the maintenance of building and grounds, custodial, laundry/linen, capital construction (budgeting and contract management), utilities management, vehicle fleet management, building space leasing allocation, and facilities planning services.  This is accomplished through a centralized statewide team that is divided into three districts and a central office.  Our goals are to be an organization that meets customer expectations 100% of the time.


Vision Statement

We are the state-wide leaders in Faciilities Management who:

  • implements and utilizes long-range planning
  • meets customer expectations 100% of the time
  • is competitive with private sector service providers
  • utilizes state-of-the-art technology
  • is the most desirable Facilities Management organization in which to work in state government

Program Description

The facilities managed by the Division of Facilities Management (DFM) includes 1562 acres of land and 347 buildings comprised of 4 million square feet.  These facilities and the infrastructure supporting them have an estimated replacement value in excess of $800 million.  The annual DFM operating budget associated with maintaining these facilities totals about $17.4 million with approximately 310 full-time employees, plus a utilities budget of $7.8 million.


DFM is organized with a centralized team managing three operational districts, who utilize management and skilled staff at multiple sites statewide, sharing specialized equipment, jointly developing training programs, combining service contracts and establishing budgets based upon short-range and long-range planning.  The central team includes a Planning and Technical Services (PTS) group responsible for the planning, budgeting and implementation of the capital construction and controlled maintenance projects.  From State Fiscal Year 05/06 through State Fiscal Year 09/10, appropriated projects totaled about $116 million.  The Department's five-year Capital Construction and Controlled Maintenance plans include approximately $300 million in additional projects, should funds be available.