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USCG - COMDTINST M11011.11

Real Property Management Manual

active, Most Current
Organization: USCG
Publication Date: 5 April 2012
Status: active
Page Count: 177
scope:

Real property includes all land, buildings, and structures, as outlined in the General Services Administration (GSA) Guidance from the Federal Real Property Council (FRPC) rules. Real property does not include personal property, which is defined as all expendable and non-expendable, tangible assets including aircraft, vessels, boats, vehicles (including trailers), and other mobile assets. Additional information pertaining to each of the real property categories below can be found in the glossary herein and the Coast Guard's Facilities Classification Guide.

The RPMM is applicable to all real property owned, leased, under easement, permit, license or other types of use, or in the "custody and control" of the Coast Guard. Real property may be US Government-owned real property acquired on behalf of the Coast Guard; lands reserved or withdrawn from the public domain for Coast Guard purposes; real property permitted from/to other Federal agencies; Federal properties assigned to Coast Guard; non-US Government-owned real property leased by or for the Coast Guard using delegated authorities from the GSA or authorities issued to the Coast Guard by Congress. Similarly, this Manual applies to real property interests by gift, bequest, or otherwise acquired.

The RPMM is to be used to inform and educate in a broad context and lay the foundation for accountability, real property functions, actions and transactions. It outlines the fundamental principles, roles and responsibilities for coordination and completion of the Commandant (CG-4) real property mission. The RPMM is the overarching document for the Real Property Process Guides (RPPG) that further outline, in step detail, the standard operating procedures for implementation of real property accountability, actions and transactions. The RPPG is the day-to-day handbook for the Real Property Specialists to operate and ensure actions and transactions follow the principals of the RPMM. The SILC develops and updates the RPPG, and Commandant (CG-43) reviews and approves the RPPG for Coast Guard use.

Purpose

The Real Property Management Manual (RPMM) establishes a foundation for Commandant (CG-4) to conduct its mission with respect to real property accountability, actions and transactions. The RPMM, in concert with the Facilities Classification Guide, Reference (a), Civil Engineering Manual, COMDTINST CIM11000.11A (series), and Shore Facilities Project Development Manual (SFPDM), COMDTINST 11010.1 (series), are intended to guide the Shore Infrastructure Logistics Center (SILC) in the administration of real property actions and transactions.

Document History

COMDTINST M11011.11
April 5, 2012
Real Property Management Manual
Real property includes all land, buildings, and structures, as outlined in the General Services Administration (GSA) Guidance from the Federal Real Property Council (FRPC) rules. Real property does...

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