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1 Office of Special Trustee for American Indians Office of Appraisal Services New Directions in Indian Land Management: Trust Reform and Tribal Empowerment Flagstaff, AZ November 28, /21/16 1

2 Ø Our Mission OFFICE OF APPRAISAL SERVICES Provide high quality, independent, objective appraisal services prepared in accordance with nationally recognized appraisal standards and practice; achieve the highest quality of appraisal service, providing the corner- stone for sound real estate business decisions made by or on behalf of trust beneficiaries Ø Our Vision To be the finest appraisal organization in the federal government through high ethical standards and professionalism. To be the Center of Excellence for Appraisal Services in Indian Country 2

3 WHO WE ARE AND WHAT WE DO? REGIONAL OPERATIONS DIVISION (REGOPS) Ø Perform impartial, unbiased and objective appraisals Ø Provide valuation consultation and technical expertise Ø Assist the BIA Division of Self- Determination by monitoring Title I (Contracts) activities Ø Assist the Office of Self- Governance by providing technical assistance supporting Title IV (Compacts) 3

4 WHO WE ARE AND WHAT WE DO? LAND BUY BACK PROGRAM VALUATIONS DIVISION (LBBPV) Ø Perform impartial, unbiased and objective real property valuations Ø Provide valuation consultation and technical expertise Ø Assist USDOI- Land Buy Back for Tribal Nations (LBBPTN) in the coordination of Cooperative Agreements, Memorandums of Agreement (MOA s) and Memorandums of Understanding (MOU s) entered into between DOI and Tribes 4

5 OAS Director Immediate Office Land Buy Back Program Valuations Regional Operations Quality Assurance Program In 2002, a Secretarial Order No moved Appraisal Services to OST from BIA 5

6 Division of Regional Operations Deputy Director, Regional Operations Alaska Eastern Eastern Oklahoma Great Plains Midwest Navajo Northwest Pacific Rocky Mountain Southern Plains Southwest Western v 12 Regional Supervisory Appraisers report to the Deputy Director-Regional Operations. 6

7 Division of Land Buy Back Program Valuations Deputy Director, LBBPV Administration & Contracts Appraisal Review Mass Appraisal Valuations Program Manager 7

8 Professional Appraisal Standards Ø OAS employs Certified General Appraisers that comply with nationally recognized appraisal standards: Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) Uniform Appraisal Standards for Federal Land Acquisition (UASFLA) aka Yellowbook 8

9 Federal Workforce Comparison WORK PRODUCTS Annual Appraisal Work Products by Organization As of 9/30/ ,000 10,000 5,000 - ST AT E DE PT US AC E DE PT N AV Y GS A D OI O VS US FS D OE BP A D OI OS T NR CS US DA ANNUAL PRODUCTS 200 1, , , # OF EMPLOYEES Number of FTE by Organization As of 9/30/2014 STA TE DE PT US AC E DE PT NA VY GS A DOI OV S US FS DO E BP A DOI OS T NR CS # OF EMPLOYEES US DA 9

10 Federal Workload Comparison Annual Appraisal Work Products by Organization As of 9/30/2014 WORK PRODUCTS 16,000 14,000 12,000 10,000 8,000 6,000 4,000 2,000 - STATE DEPT USACE DEPT NAVY GSA DOI OVS USFS DOE BPA DOI OST NRCS USDA ANNUAL PRODUCTS 200 1, , ,

11 Progress in the Past 15 Years Ø Designed and implemented appraisal tracking, real- time status reporting and data management system, named the Office of Appraisal Services Information System (OASIS). Ø Consulted with Tribes and implemented a uniform tribal shares formula for P.L appraisal programs. Ø Integrated and developed an in- house data log system for the processing of appraisal requests, output of Statement of Value reports from mass appraisal models and the storage of valuation workfiles electronically. 11

12 Progress in Past 15 Years Ø Implemented Mass Appraisal Methodology (first in federal government). Ø First to integrate database software systems to complete valuation services, including ArcGIS, AgWare, OASIS, Trust Asset and Accounting Management System (TAAMS) and Prognose. 12

13 P.L Tribal Appraisal Programs Ø Thirty four (34) Tribes operate an Appraisal Program under a P.L Program. Twenty eight (28) of these Tribal Appraisal Programs operate under a Self- Governance Compact and six (6) operate under a Self Determination Contract Ø OAS staff serve as Awarding Official s Technical Representative (AOTR) for Contracted Tribal Appraisal Programs through performance monitoring and technical assistance. Ø OAS provides Subject Matter Expert (SME) support to the Office of Self Governance and at the request of Tribes, OAS provides technical assistance to Compacted Tribal Appraisal Programs. 13

14 Our Priorities Ø Hire and train twelve (12) Native American appraiser trainees Ø Enhance delivery of services and communication with internal and external stakeholders Ø Effectively manage appraisal workload # OF BACKLOG COUNT OF BACKLOG 3,500 3,000 2,500 2,000 1,500 1, /1/1998 5/31/2015 # of Backlog 3,

15 Our Priorities (cont.) Ø Fill vacant Review Appraiser positions (4) Ø Collaborate with the 12 OAS regions to incorporate the use of Mass Appraisal methodology by making necessary adjustments to models to fit valuation requirements of the 12 BIA Regions Ø Provide training to BIA and Tribes on the appraisal request process, valuation process, use of OASIS and effective use of appraisal and appraisal review reports 15

16 Human Capital Management Ø Transition Land Buy Back Program Valuation (LBBPV) staff to OAS Regional Operations Division upon program completion in Fiscal Year 2022 Ø Recruitment Innovations Ø Employ Virtual Duty Stations - that supports reduction in Green Space and Work- Life balance. This is successfully done using computer and communication technology to support these work environments 16

17 Human Capital Management (cont.) Appraiser Trainee Program Ø Plan to hire and develop twelve (12) Appraiser Trainees - provide young Native American college graduates the opportunity to enter the appraisal profession and fill critical appraisal positions that are soon to become vacant to due attrition, including key OAS leadership positions. Ø OAS currently has three appraiser trainees at Anchorage, AK, Portland, OR and Billings, MT. 17

18 Customer Service Outreach and Communication Ø Collaborate with BIA Superintendents, OST FTOs and Tribal Appraisal and Realty Programs to establish a uniform appraisal request process and timelines, and develop training curriculum on the valuation process, use of OASIS and other topics identified by stakeholders Ø Update Office of Appraisal Services Webpage on the OST Website to provide: Ø Appraisal Request Status Information Ø Frequently Asked Questions about Appraisals Ø Provide local contact information for appraisal offices and a point of contact (POC) 18

19 Customer Service (cont.) Memorandum of Understanding with BIA Ø Serve as a Service Level Agreement to: Ø Clarify roles and responsibilities of BIA and OST- OAS to improve collaboration, communication and partnership; and Ø Define the handoffs in the roles and responsibilities for each party from the point of beginning, appraisal request, to delivery of an approved appraisal, which closes the valuation process. 19

20 How Does OAS Support Economic Development? Ø In FY2016 OAS Regional Operations Division completed appraisals of 4,072 tracts; Total Acres Appraised = 767,692; Total Appraised Value = $312,382,950. Ø In FY2016 OAS Land Buy Back Program Valuations Division completed: Mass Appraisals - 11,511 tracts; Total Acres Appraised = 2,225,772; Total Appraised Value = $1,911,562,900. Site Specific Appraisals tracts; Total Acres Appraised = 23,161; Total Appraised Value = $109,916,290. Ø Totals for All of OAS: Total Tracts Appraised = 15,945; Total Acres Appraised = 3,016,625; Total Appraised Value = $2,333,862,

21 What Type of Real Estate Transactions are Supported by OAS Appraisals? Ø Sales Ø Land Exchanges Ø Acquisitions Ø Probate Ø Partitions Ø Trespass Settlements Ø Rights of Way Easements Ø Grazing Rate Studies (Reservation- wide) Ø Fee Patents Ø Gift Deeds Ø Easements Ø Leases: Ø Commercial Ø Agricultural Ø Residential Ø Recreational Ø Special Use 21

22 Property Types Appraised Agricultural Ø Crop Land Ø Range Land Ø Hay Land Ø Pasture Ø Timber land Ø Orchards Ø Badlands Ø Grazing Units Ø Wetland/Subterranean Land Residential Ø Single- Family Ø Multi- Family Ø Condominium Ø Time Share Ø Subdivision Ø Home sites 22

23 Property Types Appraised Special Use Ø Church Ø Hospital Ø Communication Site Ø Cemetery Ø Casino Site Ø Motion Picture Ø Still Photography Ø Fish Counters Ø Government Use Property Rights of Way Easements Ø Roads Ø Gas Pipelines Ø Oil Pipelines Ø Powerlines Ø Telephone lines Ø Fiber Optic lines Ø Ice Roads Ø Aviation Ø Flowage 23

24 Property Types Appraised Industrial Ø Warehouse Ø Light Manufacturing Ø Petroleum Refining Ø Heavy Manufacturing Ø Mining Ø Vacant Land with proposed development for Industrial Use Ø Electric Substation Recreational/Subsistence Ø Waterfront Ø Camp Grounds Ø Fishing/Hunting Ø Golf Course Ø RV Park Ø Lodge Ø Marina 24

25 Retail Office Billboards Movie Theatre Fast Food Hotel / Motel Shopping Center Convenience Store Service Station Trading Post Property Types Appraised Commercial Smoke Shop Restaurant Laundromats Bait Shop Beauty Salon Liquor Store Mobile Home Park Post Office Commercial site 25

26 Office of Appraisal Services Q U E S T I O N S? 26

27 Thank you!

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