22 Property Management Elements – views from DCMA

DCMA, the agency that audits government contractors for their compliance to business system requirements, recently shared their updated views on Government Property Management elements. Until now, government contractors have been following the 10 outcome framework outlined in FAR 52-245, which was first published in 2007. In the past 10 years, different contracting officers have added […]

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The Three Asset Lifecycle Stages Most Vulnerable to Intellectual Property “Leaks”

According to the US Department of Homeland Security, $250 Billion worth of IP rights were seized in 2014. Intellectual Property theft, and the correlating losses, are an ongoing risk for any manufacturer or brand that deals in products or assets that can be trademarked. While outside factors are always a contributor to this risk, there […]

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Prepare for Disaster Recovery with Accurate Equipment Inventory Record

We have all witnessed the devastating damages to physical property from Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma. According to latest estimates, there were total of 31 hurricanes since 1965, and they had an aggregate cost of $520 billion, with the losses from Hurricane Harvey and Irma exceeding 50% of the total. A big portion of these […]

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Our Deepest Appreciation for Emergency Management and Humanitarian Professionals in Texas during Hurricane Harvey

I was scheduled to visit our customers in San Antonio, Texas from Monday, August 28th to Wednesday August 30th. I cancelled the trip at the last minute because of the impending storm. Since the weekend, I have been watching the devastating events unfolding in Texas. I am deeply humbled by the heroic efforts by emergency […]

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