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Fr. Alexander J. Kurien

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Background Information

Employment History

Deputy Associate Administrator, the Office of U.S. Government-Wide Policy

General Service Administration

Director

U.S. Department of State

Affiliations

OBO Chief Liaison Officer
Coms plc

Member
Appraisal Institute

Chartered Financial Analyst, Fellow
Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors of Real Estate Valuation , Certified Business Valuer

Director, the Office of Strategic Planning
the State Department

Education

Master of Business Administration

Finance

bachelor's degree

divinity

double masters

part-time master's course

strategic planning

US Army War College

Web References (17 Total References)


Speakers – Asset Leadership Network

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Alexander Kurien

Deputy Associate Administrator, the Office of U.S. Government-Wide Policy, General Services Administration
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Alex Kurien As the Deputy Associate Administrator for the Office of Asset and Transportation Management, Mr. Kurien is responsible for developing and implementing effective government-wide policies and guidance to provide a structured framework for agencies to achieve economical and effective management processes for government assets policy program areas, including aircraft and motor vehicles, personal property, real property, transportation, mail, passenger travel, and relocation allowances and entitlements - with a sphere of influence of $4 trillion. This Office also manages several interagency committees to promote best practices, transparency, and accountability, and provides advice for establishing and managing Federal advisory committees, as mandated by the Federal Advisory Committee Act.
Prior to his position at GSA, Kurien served the U.S. Department of State, joining in 1999 as a Senior Real Property Advisor and promoted in 2004 to Director of the Office of Strategic Planning. Through establishing policies and effective program management, Kurien saved the American people over $775 million during his tenure with State. In Iraq, he managed a comprehensive U.S. government real property strategy for transitioning from the Coalition Provisional Authority to a U.S. embassy. Kurien administered State's annual $2.6 billion Capital Security Construction and Maintenance Cost Sharing programs and formulated the security priorities and holistic requirements for the construction of 135 newly opened embassies and consulates in five continents.
Through strategic restructuring, Kurien implemented new policies and controls for the oversight of State's real property portfolio totaling $85 billion across 180 countries, and received a clean audit certification. He built a more efficient, functional, easy-to-use interface for conducting performance matrix and data analysis and utilizing intelligent asset management tools. He also administered State's annual Long-Range Plan outlining $19 billion in strategic construction and maintenance and represented State on the government's Real Property Advisory Committee (RPAC) and the Federal Real Property Council (FRPC).


Federal Asset Management Forum Shows Potential for Dramatic Savings of U.S. Tax Dollars – Asset Leadership Network

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Alex Kurien, Deputy Associate Administrator, Office of U.S. Government-Wide Policy, General Services Administration stated, "Although I am extremely busy managing eight policies protecting the interests of the American people, I made time to participate in this Asset Management Forum because supporting advanced asset management processes, such as adopting ISO 55000, is a clear path to enhancing the stewardship of our Federal Assets and saving taxpayer dollars."

Alex Kurien spoke about the ways ISO 55000 can help better manage $1.5 trillion in Federal personal property and $1.5 trillion in real property during the Federal Leadership in Asset Management Policy Forum at the National Academy of Sciences in October 2015. Photo: Robert Smith
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Alex Kurien spoke about the ways ISO 55000 can help better manage $1.5 trillion in Federal personal property and $1.5 trillion in real property during the Federal Leadership in Asset Management Policy Forum at the National Academy of Sciences in October 2015.


Moderator: Alex Kurien, ...

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Moderator: Alex Kurien, GSA-OGP


Alexander J. Kurien, as the ...

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Alexander J. Kurien, as the Deputy Associate Administrator for the Office of Asset and


Agenda – Asset Leadership Network

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Alex Kurien

Deputy Associate Administrator, the Office of U.S. Government-Wide Policy, General Services Administration
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Moderator: Alex Kurien, Deputy Associate Administrator, the Office of U.S. Government-Wide Policy, General Services Administration

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