5 Mistakes to Avoid When Managing Government Property

Photo by Hermes Rivera on Unsplash As a government contractor, you’re required by law (specifically by the FAR and DFARS) to track the government property you use, consume, or create. Anything owned or leased by the government counts as government property. Sounds simple on paper, right? But you’d be surprised how complex this can get. […]

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Two Key Trends in DoD Contracting spend — R&D, Training and Exercise

This week marked anniversary of September 11. Nearly 3,000 people died on Sept. 11, 2001, making it the deadliest terrorist attack on U.S. soil. I thought this would be an appropriate time to take a retrospective view on the Department of Defense contracting spend in the past 17 years, to understand the key trends. In […]

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Support the IUID Registry requirements

The U.S. Department of Defense maintains item Unique Identification, or IUID, standards that require suppliers and contractors to uniquely identify most tangible property, including components and kit parts, throughout an item’s full lifecycle of service. These standards ensure that many Department of Defense (DOD) assets are acquired, tracked, repaired, and deployed within a fast and […]

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Recording Asset Maintenance Activities in eQuip! Asset Management System

Contributed by Amadou Bah, Customer Implementation Specialist, E-ISG Asset Intelligence, now part of AssetWorks USA, Inc.    Equipment Maintenance can be complex, especially when dealing with a lot of equipment with different Maintenance needs and schedules. The eQuip! asset management software allows you to set up Maintenance Tasks and Work Orders for your assets and […]

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