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Deferred building maintenance, repairs cost government billions, GAO says

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Improved documentation of federal buildings across five agencies could eliminate up to $20 billion in excess costs, according to a new Government Accountability Office report. Delayed building maintenance and repair backlogs can cost as much as $20 billion from the General Services Administration, and the departments of Energy, Homeland Security, the Interior, and Veterans' Affairs in 2012.

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