Available and emerging information technologies hold the promise of enhancing the quality of federal workplaces; supporting worker productivity; improving capital asset management, programming, and decision making; reducing project delivery time; and changing how buildings are constructed and operated. Federal agencies, however, face a significant challenge in identifying technologies that will justify the investment of time, dollars, and resources, will have the flexibility to adapt to changing circumstances over the longer term, and will not be obsolete before they are deployed. To begin to address these challenges, the Federal Facilities Council (FFC) sponsored a symposium entitled "Emerging Information Technologies for Facilities Owners: Research and Practical Applications" at the National Academy of Sciences in Washington, D.C., on October 19-20, 2000.
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|2 Emerging Information Technologies for Facilities Owners||6-13|
|3 Information Technologies and the Architecture-Engineering-Construction Industry||14-18|
|4 Information Technologies and Knowledge Management||19-25|
|5 New Tools for Fully Integrated and Automated Facilities Management Processes||26-36|
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