Client agencies are financially responsible for the costs borne by the government due to non-compliance with an obligation or other agreements written before or in addition prior to the OA. Client agencies are also financially responsible for reviewing design costs and any additional costs resulting from changes in space demand or space allocation by the Agency following the award of a GSA lease, modification, design or construction contract. Amounts above the IT allowance are paid in a single lump sum and are not depreciated for the duration of the occupation. The Agency certifies that lump sum funds are available before the GSA continues the work. 3. If the space to be emptied is ready to be purchased and marketable by another customer, the GSA accepts the termination of the transfer. One of the common goals of the GSA and its clients is to have current ASCOCs for all space allocations. However, provisions are required to cover the relations between the GSA and the clientele when an OA expires before the implementation of an succession agreement desired by both parties. Since the risks, commitments and consequences of a client`s reallocation depend on the rental of the allocated area or federal ownership, the following table provides for different provisions: a) Unless otherwise stated in the OA, a client agency has automatic occupancy rights in a national building controlled by the GSA at the end of the OA period for occupied lands. However, a new DO must be negotiated.
Federal space is a workplace for which the U.S. government has the right to property, rent or other means, through .B contract, barter, license, facilitation, authorization, application or other conviction. This work area excludes land owned or leased by private sector organizations that perform work under government contracts. b) With respect to leased land, the OA generally reflects the provisions of the underlying lease and determines whether or not renewal options are available. If the OA does not contain an extension option, client agencies should consider that a relocation would be necessary at the expiration of the OA and a budget to that effect. In addition, the possibilities of renewal are not in themselves a guarantee of additional occupancy on this site. In some cases, the extension rate is significantly higher than the market or the option was not part of the initial occupancy price assessment. In such cases, the GSA may be required to hold a replacement rental competition and a move may take place. However, it is also possible that the GSA will enter into a lease agreement with the established owner, in which case there is no move.
The terms and conditions are based on business practices. They must reflect a complete mutual understanding of the financial conditions and agreement between the parties. The OA describes the actual space and services to be provided, as well as all the actual costs to the client during the occupancy period.