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2 This presentation provides, a general checklist, as a guideline, to assist in the preparation of a Property Management System Analysis (PMSA) and to explain the pre-requisites and the components of the process based on my current knowledge and personal experiences. This checklist describes the mechanisms that can be applied across all PMSAs in accordance with the FAR requirements, the compliance of Government contracts and company’s policies and procedures. In most cases, the information provided in this presentation should be useful but you may need to customize and tailored it to your company’s specific needs. 206/14/2011

3 Many of us, in Government Property Management, are all too familiar with the preparation of surveillances/analyses because we have prepared for them numerous times. We also recognize that there are those who may not have the knowledge or understanding the mechanics of preparing themselves for these analyses, who in general, would attempt to do this on the fly. 306/14/2011

4 Have you ever been through an analysis process, whether it’s internal or by the customer, and you are at a lost to determine what the processes are, when preparing yourself for the analysis? For instance:  How would you determine risks and prepare yourself for a positive outcome in the analysis?  How would you collaborate with other departments and help them understand the risks, values and importance of the analysis to the company?  What are the challenges you would face to effectively communicate to these departments and engage them as part of the analysis process? 406/14/2011

5  (June 2007) Government Property ◦ includes Limited Risk of Loss  (June 2007) ◦ Installation Operations Services  (June 2007) ◦ Use and Charges  DFARS Clause , Reporting of Government Furnished Equipment (GFE) in the DoD Item Unique Identification (IUID) Registry (November 2008) ◦ DCMA administered contracts ◦ DoD administered contracts  Other Agencies’ Supplemental Property FAR Clauses 506/14/2011

6 Analyses should be based on the contract and the 10 primary processes 1. Acquisition 2. Receipt of Receiving Government Property 3. Records of Government Property (establish, update) 4. Physical Inventories 5. Subcontractor Control 6. Reports (includes LDDT and annual property report as required by contract) 7. Utilization (includes Movement, Consumption and Storage) 8. Relief of Stewardship Responsibility (disposition of property) 9. Maintenance 10. Property Closeout – Property Disposal 606/14/2011

7 These additional outcomes/processes are embedded within the Government Property Clause ◦ Property Management-( (b)) ◦ Identification-(under Receipt) ◦ Consumption-(under Utilizing) ◦ Movement-(under Utilizing) ◦ Storage-(under Utilizing) ◦ Disposition-(under Property Closeout) ◦ LTDD-(under relief of Stewardship) This is really a policy and not a process! 706/14/2011

8 PMSA Generic Checklist Pre-Requisite Information 806/14/2011 It is essential to maintain a good relationship with your custodians and technical staff. They are the backbone of your analysis because they know where the stuff is.

9 906/14/2011 PMSA Generic Checklist Pre-Requisite Information

10 PMSA Generic Checklist – Process /14/2011

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17 “It is in the best interest of the Property Manager to continue effective communication with the Program Managers and users of the property to ensure the property are properly utilized as stated in the contract’s SOW”. PMSA Generic Checklist – Process /14/2011

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20  Questions? 20 Contact: Fay K. Schulte, CPPM (310) (310) (M) 06/14/2011


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