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NCJ Number: 153030 Find in a Library
Title: State of California Employment Development Department Central Office Facility Plan
Corporate Author: Institute for Law and Policy Planning
United States of America
Date Published: 1994
Page Count: 114
Sponsoring Agency: Institute for Law and Policy Planning
Berkeley, CA 94705
Sale Source: Institute for Law and Policy Planning
P.O. Box 5137
Berkeley, CA 94705
United States of America
Type: Report (Technical)
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This Central Office Facility Plan of the California Employment Development Department (EDD) is designed to determine the most effective approach to house the Employment Development Department's nonpublic contact functions in Sacramento County.
Abstract: This report examines the existing and future space needs of the administrative/support units, including those in the central office complex (HQ) and other non-public contact offices in Sacramento County. EDD currently has functions located throughout the Metropolitan Area. These functions are headquartered in State-owned facilities (the Central Office Complex) in the Capitol Area. In addition, the Department has functions in other State-owned buildings and in leased facilities throughout the Metropolitan Area. Staffing projections are used as the basis for calculating the long-range space needs of EDD. This report presents four project alternatives for meeting the EDD's future needs; a 10-year and 20-year space needs projection is given with each alternative. The EDD prefers to consolidate its facilities into one location and remain in the existing central office complex buildings. The primary rationale is to fulfill most efficiently the identified adjacency requirements for the divisions and branches of the department. Additional support for this rationale includes less operational disruption and moving costs, continued recognition of facilities downtown, and proximity to the Capitol. The alternative that provides for new facilities to meet expansion needs in a downtown location is the logical choice of the four alternatives. Extensive figures, tables, and supplementary appended information
Main Term(s): Correctional planning
Index Term(s): Architectural design; California; Correctional facilities; Correctional planning
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