How to respond to Corrective Action Requests from DCMA

To Government Contractors, Corrective Action Request (CAR) is a dreadful word. It carries not only contractual but also financial consequences, with payment withholding for up to 5%. We have just recently published a white paper, explaining what a CAR is, implications for different levels of CARs, some real company CAR examples, and how a contractor […]

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Can the ERP system adequately support the life cycle management of physical Assets? — 4 Questions to ask

We just published a new white paper, “Rethinking Using ERP for Asset Management”. We have seen many organizations using excel sheets managing physical assets, but thinking they can one day use their ERP system to automate the asset management process. One of the myths is that the ERP system can track the life cycle information […]

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Input and Output – A Techie Term for Property Management

This blog is contributed by Illanit Benor, customer implementation specialist at E-ISG Asset Intelligence When a company begins the process to track their assets, their future goals are not the only objectives worth exploring. In general, all databases are about what you put in, “input” and what you take out, “output”. Input represents all the […]

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Expanding the Awareness and Adoption for Government Property Management Standards in Your Company

With the increasing scrutiny from Department of Defense and its auditing agency DCMA on Government Property Management system, many government contractors find themselves in an urgency to improve the processes in managing Government Property. Government Property Management system is one of the 6 required business systems in DFARs and DCMA is responsible for auditing the […]

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