Government of Nova Scotia
STAR: Standard for Administrative Records
Physical Property Asset Management is the function that supports the acquisition, maintenance, protection and disposal of physical property used and maintained by government. Physical property consists of immoveable property which the government owns or has rights to such as land, buildings, structures, easements, and includes moveable property that has been incorporated into the structure of buildings (e.g., utility systems). This main group also includes equipment, furniture and vehicles used and maintained by departments. Includes physical property management, maintenance and repair, physical security, and insurance and risk management.