Featured Contributor: Rick Shultz
As Asset Managers, we must be sure that we are ready to react to crises as they arise. Whether it may be an earthquake, fire, flood, or swine flu Asset Managers must have a property management plan in place to help mitigate, manage, and recover from a disaster scenario.
Property managers from federal agencies deal with budget cuts and organizational realignment on what feels like an everyday basis. Yet the demands placed on federal property management organizations never change: they must, and will, continue to provide increased service to the public.
So how do property managers meet the increasing demands for public safety while constantly juggling a shift in bureaucracy? The answer is simple: change with the times.