1.To continue a comprehensive review of current laws and regulations, loosening of related regulations, simplification of operating procedures, increase in administrative efficiency, and implementation of convenient services for the public.
2.To continue the enforcement of the “Project to Strengthen Activation of National Real Estate” to create added overall concerted performance in national assets by means of implementation of activating national land.
3.To continue efforts to check and retrieve obsolete dependents’ dormitories to facilitate the subsequent utilization for activation.
4.Execution of the “Plan for Strengthening the Clean-Up of Occupied National Non- Public-Use Real Estate,” with positive action in the clearing-up of occupied national land, and with normal management or retrieval on vacation and reactivate utilization, in order to uphold the right of national properties.
5.The National Property Administration has carried out development by means of superficies rights, urban renewal, and improved utilization; and has activated national non-public real estate by multiple means including tender leaseholding and outsourced management so as to live up to the substantial need for the private sector in industrial development.
6.The National Property Administration has emphasized associating with local governments or competent authorities in charge of subject enterprises to develop national non-public-use real estate in concert, putting national territorial resources with maximum possible utilization, accelerating development of relevant industries and, in turn, creating added jobs and tax sources.