Welcome to the State of Georgia's
Consolidated Database of Real Property Assets

Developed in 2005, Building, Land and Lease Inventory of Property (BLLIP) is the result of both executive and legislative actions indicating the need for a centralized data warehouse of the State's holdings in leases, buildings, land, and other assets. BLLIP is also the repository for Risk Management Services, administered by the Department of Administrative Services, relating to State insurance coverage for such real property assets.

BLLIP is an interactive web-based geographical information system. Users are able to query, search and prepare reports using real time information about State owned and leased properties and buildings. Information can be downloaded into Excel spreadsheets and Access databases. Users are also able to locate real property assets by means of downloading MapGuide.

In the BLLIP database, Building refers to those facilities owned by the State and/or by State entities; Land means property owned and held in the name of the State or by State entities; Lease refers both to commercial leases administered by the SPC Transaction Management Program and executed on behalf of State entities as well as leased properties held by State entities involving acreage.

On the following pages, users will be asked to review the general disclaimer and will be provided with data or field definitions, by placing the cursor over the name of each field, to explain in greater detail the terms and attributes used in the inventory.

We would like to commend Debra Elovich for her 34 years of dedicated service to the State of Georgia's leadership, as well as to various state agencies, including State Properties Commission, Georgia Building Authority, Department of Corrections, and Department of Human Resources. She has been essential to the State Properties Commission in the creation, implementation and maintenance of the nationally awarded BLLIP system. Also, Debra's loyal work with The Carter Center is a testament to her devotion to community and human rights. We wish Debra abundant health and happiness in her retirement.

BLLIP was developed and implemented in collaboration with the Georgia State Properties Commission and the Information Technology Outreach Services (ITOS) division of the Carl Vinson Institute of Government, University of Georgia. Carl Vinson Institute of Government Georgia State Properties Commission