Federal government struggling to offload excess property even after law change

Federal real estate officials and Congress both know the government has plenty of property to dispose of. Yet 20 years of effort has produced very little in the way of excess property sales. Five years after Congress refreshed the effort with a new law, the General Services Administration has only sold one building. For more, we turn to the acting director of physical infrastructure issues at the Government Accountability Office, Jill Naamane.