Facility Audit Program

Facility Audit Program is a powerful, comprehensive document (operations, management tool) which identifies and quantifies areas requiring the necessary actions and costs to renovate, retrofit, restore, modernize or maintain "existing building" and equipment to a "like new" condition. The audit will serve to acquaint administrators, building proctors and maintenance personnel where deficiencies exist, with the overall condition of their buildings, and will provide concise information that will assist in long range planning and budgeting activities. The audit will provide Facilities Services management/maintenance personnel with data that will aid them in prioritizing building renewal and deferred maintenance projects. Additionally to the building audit, an analysis of the campus, facility, or agency infrastructure will identify where deficiencies exists because of the age of the equipment, the frequency of work orders, or where the infrastructure has reached or exceeded design capacity.

This program applies to state agencies as well as institutions of Higher Ed. The Department of Transportation, Parks and Wildlife, and the Land Board are excluded from the OSA managed process per Per 24-30-1301 (15b).