Equipment Management and the Public/Private Partnership

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

The public sector must reverse the trend of placing demands on the private sector, and instead, transition into a more collaborative relationship. Rather than seeking ways for the private sector to fill gaps in public preparedness, government should instead work with companies and local businesses to help manage their fixed and mobile assets thereby establishing total asset visibility and accounting for their needs during disaster planning and recovery. Make no mistake: the private sector is vital in the preparation for and recovery from any disaster scenario. At their core, the private sector represents the immediate interests of the community. As such they serve both as social barometers during a disaster, assessing the community’s morale when dealing with a disaster, and also as the community’s backbone, providing vital resources in difficult times.

There are instances, such as with Hurricanes Wilma, Katrina, and Rita, in which the Government has prevented or delayed the private sector’s operational return, consequently impeding the community’s recovery.  As FEMA administrator Craig Furgate mentioned during his keynote address at IDCE, Government-enforced rules, like curfews, can prevent the private sector from providing for its community. This illustrates how the public sector should work with, not against, the private sector in effort to help local businesses reopen after a disaster. Everyone benefits from this cooperation; the community gains access to vital supplies, the private sector jump-starts economic recovery, and emergency managers can focus on more pressing recovery issues.

Accordingly, preparedness must include the private sector. The concept of community resilience implies the whole community, not simply the first responders and emergency managers responsible for tactical response.

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Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

Key Back-End Technology Features of Enterprise Asset Management software solutions – An Interview with Robert Kaehler Part 2

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

Key Front-End Technology Features of an Enterprise Asset Management system – An Interview with Robert Kaehler part 1

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

Challenges to Emergency Management Caused by Lack of Efficient Equipment Management Practices in Local Government Organizations – An Interview with Tom Heseltine Part 2

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

What are the challenges for Resource Management in emergency management?

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

A Business Approach for Implementing Life Cycle Management, with Al Hardy Part 4

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

Equipment Management Bandit on the Loose: Never Audit

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

Continuing Education in Emergency Management

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

Enterprise Asset Management in the News: An Interview with Jackie Luo

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

Understanding the Ecosystem of Resource Management

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

The 5 Common Failures of Equipment Management

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

Improve Equipment Management – Not all Data is of Equal Value

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

Back-to-School: A Quick Lesson in Property Management Standards

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

Escape Excel Hell

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

UASI Conference Themes: Questions for Bill Anderson

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

Reconciling Equipment Data to Create Total Asset Visibility

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

Internal Communication and Interagency Cooperation

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

Equipment Tracking From the Pentagon to the Local Level

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

Broadband Communications Network for Disaster Preparedness

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

Don’t Make These Critical Biases in Emergency and Equipment Management

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

3 Key Competencies of Emergency and Asset Management Programs

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

How 9/11 Changed Emergency and Property Management

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

Resource Sharing and Interoperability Through Equipment Management

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

Total Asset Visibility: 3 Factors to Proactive Disaster Recovery

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

Equipment Management and Disaster Preparedness Tips for Small Businesses

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

Achieve Total Asset Visibility, Business Continuity Through Practice

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

Total Asset Visibility and Business Continuity

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

3 Manager Attitudes that Lead to Disaster

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

Create a Culture of Planning: 10 Characteristics of Proactive Equipment Management

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

Effective Property Management and Crisis Preparedness

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

9 Steps towards a Fixed and Mobile Asset Inventory Audit

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

8 Steps Towards Creating an Equipment Management Plan

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

Managing Risk with Total Asset Visibility

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

Cost Saving Opportunities Every Property Manager Should Use

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

Maintain Total Asset Visibility in the Age of Reduced Budgets

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

Never Use Spreadsheets to Determine Asset Depreciation

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

Forecasting for Equipment Management

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

A Sound Equipment Management Solution is the Key to Business Success

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

Choosing an Equipment Management System – Part 3

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

Choosing an Equipment Management System – Part 2

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

Choosing an Equipment Management System – Part 1

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

Equipment Accountability for Emergency Management Agencies

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

5 Common Equipment Inventory Mistakes

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

Fixed Asset Software Eliminates Costly Mistakes in Asset Tracking

Resilience, or a community’s collective ability to respond to and grow from a disaster scenario, is intuitively related to the relationship between public and private organizations. The public-private-partnership has been largely overlooked by incident commanders, emergency managers, and property custodians. To this end preparedness is a concept largely created by federally funded, public organizations. Continuously, the extent to which the private sector has been involved in disaster preparedness, and consequently community resilience, has largely been determined and dictated by government organizations.

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