Property Accountability: The Life Cycle (PROP7112)

Property Accountability: The Life Cycle

Property Accountability: The Life Cycle

Description:

Learn how to apply laws and regulations to realistic problems in life-cycle management. Focus on acquisition; accountability, including inventory management, redistribution and reconciliation; and disposal of property. Develop effective team-based skills for managing and leading life-cycle property management operations.

Who Should Attend?

Managers of personal property and facilities; administrators of property provided to contractors; those who need to apply law to real problems in life-cycle management; those responsible for all or part of life-cycle management; and those needing to know about the acquisition process, accountability and the disposal process.

Tuition:

$ 1,099.00

Credits:

2.4 CEU's

Class Type:

This course is currently being offered in the following training modalities:

Learning Outcomes:

  • Select life-cycle management to personal property
  • Describe factors for determining the need for equipment
  • State supply sources and the acquisition process
  • Discuss specific responsibilities of property managers in the accountability phase
  • Discuss the inventory management functions of the accountability phase
  • Summarize situations that require disposal of property
  • Explain the methods, time frames and responsibilities for disposal

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Module 1

  • Phase 1: Determination of Need and Acquisition

Module 2

  • Phase 2: Accountability and Control

Module 3

  • Phase 3: Disposal

Module 4

  • Team Leadership and Property Management

Appendix A

  • GAO Report 05-729T, DOD Excess Property

Appendix B

  • Personal Property Web Resources

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