At the end of the Cold War, the Department of Energy (DOE) reevaluated and restructured its Nuclear Weapons Complex. These activities ultimately resulted in downsizing a number of sites within the Complex. Although not a nuclear weapons site, Grand Junction became a candidate for downsizing because its missions--environmental restoration and waste management activities--were nearing completion. Its continuing missions, which include the long-term surveillance and monitoring of remediated sites, will not require that Grand Junction use all its property and facilities. Because Albuquerque Operations Office (AL) officials have a continuing responsibility over the site, this audit was conducted to determine whether these officials were making premature decisions regarding the reuse of property and facilities at the Grand Junction site.