Awarded first prime contract with government property, now what?

If your reading this, it is very likely that your organization has happily grown over last few years supporting service-based government contracts or was a subcontractor that never had to worry about managing government property inventory. Quality past performance has earned your group a great reputation, which in turn has positioned the company as the […]

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Asset Lifecycle and Adhoc Reporting

Contributed by Tanner Zeisel, Director of Asset Management Solutions, E-ISG Asset Intelligence LLC     If you work with spreadsheets a lot, you are intimately familiar with “Control F”.  if you’re an asset manager using spreadsheets, this is probably your best friend when it comes to “adhoc reporting”. And let’s be honest, this is far from […]

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Asset Lifecycle and the Benefits of Tracking the Asset Use in the Lifecycle

contributed by Leslie McNeely, customer implementation specialist, E-ISG Asset Intelligence     The life cycle of an asset can be broken down into six processes: record, use, maintain, audit, reporting, and dispose. Five of these are self-explanatory, recording new assets, maintaining existing assets, auditing or inventorying your existing assets, generating reports for assets, and disposing […]

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Conversation with Maryland State Board of Election about implementing a new inventory tracking system

The Maryland State Board of Elections is responsible for managing all the voting equipment distributed across the different local board offices in the State of Maryland. They have chosen the eQuip! system to track them, report them, and support the mandatory annual inventory audit. Keith Ross, Assistant Deputy for Project Management for Maryland State Board […]

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