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Camber Corporation — An Enterprise Asset Management Case Study with Government Property Management

eQuip has radically changed what we are doing at Camber for Government Property Management. We have completely automated our process, and we have not gone beyond the tip of the iceberg with the capabilities that eQuip has. – Danny McMullins, Government Property Administrator at Camber Corporation

Camber Corporation is a premier professional services organization that provides solutions in systems engineering, intelligence, cyber security, information technology, unmanned systems, modeling and simulation, training and threat mitigation.  After evaluating different options, the Government Property Management team at Camber Corp. has chosen eQuip! to be the enterprise wide government property management system. They have made this decision based on a couple of key criteria.

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“The technical support staff at E-ISG has played a critical role in helping AEgis to meet the contractual requirements to upload the data electronically to DoD’s IUID registry.” — Bob Gravitz, Director of Corporate Development at AEgis

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Prepare for Self-Certification of the Government Property Management System

This article, written by Jackie Luo, CEO of E-ISG Asset Intelligence, was published in the Oct’2014 issue of ContractManagement magazine (a publication from the NCMA). It provides some basic information about the FAR/DFARS requirements on Government Property Management system, some best practices and common challenges.

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Southeastern Pennsylvania Regional Task Force — an Enterprise Asset Management Case Study with Equipment Purchased with FEMA Grants

The Southeastern Pennsylvania Regional Task Force (SEPATF) uses our out-of-box emergency equipment management framework to manage emergency management equipment that they purchased with different federal grants. The enterprise asset management tools helped SEPATF track equipment usage by grants. Our asset management software streamlined the SEPATF’s asset life cycle management process by tracking a range of audit tracked information like state homeland security goals and objectives, FEMA’s authorized equipment list code, the grant code which was used to purchase, and NIMS compliant resource typing. Using SEPATF’s existing data, E-ISG worked with the equipment managers to augment their normal workflow to enter data using a customized excel spreadsheet. We reported data that had been imported on a report classified by the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency as an equipment summary form,” which acted as a summary report for grant reporting purposes.

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“I like how I can export data from eQuip! and import data into eQuip! using excel sheets so easily. It makes our inventory audit much easier. We print our items (select based on statistical sampling to be audited, and hand it to the field team for auditing. When they are done, we uploaded it back to eQuip!. This has allowed us to keep a paper trail of the audit activities, as required.” — Patrick Schnitzius,  Logistics Support Manager, DynCorp

 

“I like how eQuip! can be customized to fit our organizational processes. Field names can be changed, new fields can be added. All can be done easily. As the administrator, I also like the fact that I can manage the user permission easily, giving different users different access rights to different set of information. The Batch Data Import and Export processes work better than any other system I have used, and any fields that are added or modified are actually added or change in the database. They are also added to the Import/Export templates which is being exceptional. The level of customization that is available right out of the box far surpasses our expectations, and allows us to meet all of our organizational requirements.”

— Mark Brown, Property Management Specialist, NCI Information Systems, Inc.

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