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REACH For questions or additional information, contact J. Wade – Phone: (404) 463 -6161 – Email: j. [email protected] ga. gov Clark Wong – Phone: (404) 656 -2360 – Email: clark. [email protected] ga. gov Ryan Remle – Phone: (404) 232 -1255 – Email: ryan. [email protected] ga. gov
Introduction REACH – Real Estate and Asset Communication Hub REACH is a web-based system that allows for electronic submission of agency real property requests, document sharing and status tracking.
Purpose The system is designed to: • be more efficient than current process • eliminate the use of paper forms • provide real time access to the status of any transaction request • show each agency its individual dashboard quick reference to and tracking of requests
Access to REACH Each Agency Land Coordinator must have a REACH user account. An account is created by completing and submitting the SPC Agency Agreement-Request for Access form located on the SPC Website http: //gspc. georgia. gov//forms under REACH. Upon receipt of the login and password, the Agency Land Coordinator can access REACH by logging into Quick. Base http: //georgiabuildingauthority. quickbase. com.
Transaction Requests Once you’re logged in to REACH, you will notice six request tabs. Each tab represents a type of transaction to be requested. Let’s talk about each tab and the transactions each includes.
Transaction Types Acquisition Tab: Select this tab for Acquisitions of a Conservation Easement, Condemnation, Donation, Easement, Encroachment Agreement, Exchange, Executive Order Transfer (acquiring agency), Purchase, & Other. Fee Simple Tab: Select this tab for Surplus, Exchange, and Executive Order Transfer (disposing agency). RLA/Easement Tab: Select this tab for Revocable License Agreement (RLA), RLA to Easement, and Easement. Lease Tab: Select this tab for Short-term Lease, and Long-term Lease. Certification Tab: Select this tab for Certification of Ownership Demolition Tab: Select this tab for Executive Order for demolition.
Executive Order Demolition These next several slides are screen shots accessed by clicking on the Demolition tab. We will walk you through the individual sections for a Demolition request. This 1 st screen shot shows what information is required to be entered for the Custodial Agency. It’s important to note in the Custodial Agency section that the agency request must include dates and documentation showing the agency’s support for the Demolition.
Executive Order Demolition On this next slide, we ask you to enter as much property information as possible. We understand that not all fields will be applicable.
Executive Order Demolition Next, improvement information, we will need the BLLIP Building Identification Number, Building Name/Description, and the Building Square Footage of the building to be demolished.
Executive Order Demolition Supporting Documents is the section which allows you to upload all applicable supporting documents.
Executive Order Demolition Within the Submit Request to SPC section, you must check that you have read and agree to the REACH Terms and Conditions can be found on SPC’s website SPC REACH Terms and Conditions
Executive Order Demolition After a request is submitted to SPC, SPC reviews the information submitted. In the Request Approval section, SPC has 3 options for a submitted agency request (Approve, Additional information needed, and Request declined). Once an option is selected, the agency will be able to see who within SPC is the lead and therefor who any questions should be directed to. This slide shows that the request was submitted to SPC on June 7, 2016 and is pending SPC’s action. There is a comment section where the submitter can note important information.
Features- Email Notifications Finally, another feature is REACH’s Email Notifications: An Agency Land Coordinator who has an account in REACH will receive email notifications of any actions taken by SPC in regard to a particular submitted request. This slide shows you an example of an email notifying the Agency Land Coordinator the Request submitted requires “additional information” and shows the specific reason of what is needed before SPC can approve. The notification also shows the SPC lead and their contact information.