The Office of Research Facilities (ORF) is responsible for acquiring, constructing, renovating, operating and maintaining all NIH real property, owned and leased. This responsibility encompasses facilities in Bethesda and other locations in the Washington Metropolitan area, as well as other locations in Maryland, North Carolina, and Montana. In addition, NIH has space in buildings in Arizona, Louisiana, and Massachusetts.
All the NIH Facilities information is managed and maintained by ORF. The NIH Facilities Information Management Systems (FIMS) aka Rubik’s Cube on ARCHIBUS WebCentral (http://fims.nih.gov) allows authorized users to view facilities data that includes demographic, spatial, real property assets (owned and leased) and facility lifecycle data from a variety of sources. For further information please visit The NIH Facilities Information Management Systems (FIMS) page.