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Job One: Reimagine Today's State Government Workforce

State governments face growing challenges attracting, building and retaining critically important talent and workforce skills. New research from NASCA in collaboration with Accenture and NEOGOV with assistance from the National Association of State Personnel Executives (NASPE) suggests that as...

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2017 NASCA Webinar: A Managed Service Contract for Facilities Management in Tennessee

The State of Tennessee has taken on an initiative to improve the management of the state’s real estate portfolio, one of its largest expenses. Learn how officials from the Department of General Services (DGS) worked with Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) to prepare a master plan of the agency’s...


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2017 NASCA Roundtable: A Managed Service Contract for Facilities Management

NASCA’s Roundtable on Facilities Management was held on May 3-4 in Nashville, Tennessee. The event provided networking and in-person learning to state members interested in managed service contracts for facilities management. Learning Objectives: Provide an in-depth review of...

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Pioneers: A Managed Service Contract for Facilities Management in Tennessee

One day in June 2012, officials from the Tennessee Department of General Services (DGS) listened intently as representatives of Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) delivered a presentation that was simultaneously sobering and enlightening. Earlier that year, DGS had contracted with JLL—a large,...

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Tennessee's Alternative Workplace Solution Case Study

As the home of more than 2,100 state employees and a fixture on Nashville’s skyline, the William R. Snodgrass Tennessee Tower Complex (“Tennessee Tower”) is one of the State of Tennessee’s flagship facilities. Yet in 2011, when Governor Bill Haslam came into office, the 43-year-old building was...

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