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For supplemental materials, sample documents and recordings please visit our Facilities Management Resource Center.

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 Tennessee’s outsourced Facilities Management Program
  • Network and learn directly from the individuals involved with the Facilities Management program
  • Examine how Tennessee works with the Facilities Management vendor on a daily basis to manage the facilities
  • Demonstrate the A Managed Service Contract for Facilities Management in Tennessee case study for other states to reference as a best practice in Facilities Management
  • Assist state governments in research and examination on outsourcing real estate programs
  • Undergo extensive dialogue and discussion on the benefits and challenges of undertaking a large scale effort to outsource the Facilities Management program 
The Roundtable on Facilities Management is hosted by the State of Tennessee. 

Roundtable Location 
Tennessee Tower,
312 Rosa L. Parks Ave.
Nashville, TN 37243

Roundtable Hotel 
Sheraton Nashville Downtown Hotel
623 Union Street, Nashville, TN 37219
(615) 259-2000
State Members Only Please Note: NASCA will make hotel reservations based on attendee registration.

  • Who makes my hotel reservation? If you are a State Member, NASCA will book your accommodations based on your registration, and then  you will receive your confirmation number about a week prior to the event. One night hotel stay is provided by NASCA for one primary member per state and billed to us directly.  If you need additional nights, it can be charged to a credit card provided onsite. If you are a Corporate Partner, please book you own hotel accomodations. 
  • Will I need a car or is there transportation from the airport to hotel? The hotel doesn't provide transportation. We recommend getting a taxi. 
  • How is the $350 transportation reimbursement handled for the primary member?  The primary member can submit an expense report for up to $350 of travel expenses (flight, ground transportation, parking, etc.) to NASCA.  NASCA can reimburse individuals or the state, depending on how the charges were incurred. 
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NASCA is proud to work with RouteFifty, our featured media partner for this event. Route Fifty is a digital publication dedicated to the people and ideas advancing state, county and municipal government across the United States.

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