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An office established to oversee the Federal Government Offices Construction Projects announced that it will build offices for 42 of the 137 federal institutions in the next five years. The government currently spends 250 million birr annually in rent for its federal offices.
According to a draft proposal by the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development, the first year of construction is expected to cost 521.6 million birr. 
Tekletsadik Tekleweyne, head of the construction projects office told Capital that the project will feature 12 buildings, each 12-story.
“Current rent costs are too high. The government is spending an excessive amount of money each year, with rent prices continually soaring,” Tekletsadik said.
“In order to address this problem, we have been constructing offices for various federal bureaus. Over the past two years, we have completed 13 building projects, and six of them have already been delivered to the appropriate agencies,” Tekletsadik added. 
“The prime minister’s office has approved our plan to build offices for 42 federal agencies. We are now collaborating with those agencies to finalize architectural designs for the projects,” Tekletsadik noted.
The office expressed its hopes that the Addis Ababa City Administration will cooperate by providing land for the timely construction of the offices.
While the government’s initiative is commendable, many are alarmed by the poor sanitation, design, and corruption involved in construction projects.
Tamerat Alemayhu, a civil engineer, expressed his concern over the quality of the new offices and suggested that the government needs to focus on constructing resilient buildings.
“Constructing buildings for federal agencies will certainly alleviate high rent costs. However, some of the new buildings have rooms that are too small, dysfunctional toilets and non-operational parts. Many of the construction projects are supervised by inexperienced fresh graduates,” Tamerat expressed his concern
Tamerat recommended that “new buildings be cleaned daily and include green outdoor spaces and cafes for tenants”.