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Federal Government Property Management
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5/21/2019 to 5/23/2019
When: Tuesday, May 21, 2019
8:00 AM
Where: Holiday Inn Rosslyn
1900 North Fort Myer Drive
Arlington, Virginia  22209
United States
Presenter: Marsha Campbell, CPPM, CF, CFFS, PMP

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Member Rate: $1,000.00

Non-Member Rate: $1,200.00

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REGISTER AS SOON AS POSSIBLE: The approval process is sometimes lengthy, so if you are planning to attend, please make sure to register at least 45 days (or more) prior to the start of the course. A minimum number of registrants is required to hold this course. NPMA will make the go/no-go decision at 30-days out. In the event a course is cancelled, NPMA will not be liable for non-refundable travel, so please do not book before confirming with a staff member that the course will hold.


Federal Government Property Management is a 2 1/2 day-course that will prepare federal government property personnel for management level thinking.


There are many courses for government contractors –BUT WAIT—we have not forgotten the FEDERAL property manager who must navigate managing property within a federal agency. For example, the federal property manager is not on the receiving end of contractor property but manages the contractors in addition to managing property at their agency in accordance with federal accounting and GSA guidelines. This classes focuses on standards, practices and integrating knowledge into managing within the federal agency environment. We provide ample time to network with other federal managers and apply your learning.


The class will engage students in the life cycle phases of property management from requirements gathering to final record closeout, with discussions of roles and responsibilities, process relationships, value and risk management responsibilities, performance measures and impacts on sound property management. The class focuses on the applying requirements into your own organization and governance structure. 


The class structure will be to review requirements and to discuss an application process of how an organization implements the requirements into their own organization and governance structure. The class structure includes learning objectives, information presentation, exercises, discussion and reviews to allow you to practice how to use this information. Completion of the class will result in the award of 20 continuing education credits and a Federal Government Studies Certificate.


Topic Overview:


·       Scope and definitions of assets, property and associated controls 

·       The hierarchy of laws, regulations and authorities

·       Management roles, responsibilities, stakeholders, training, and communications

·       The asset life cycle overview, including standards

·       Acquisition, planning, funding, and methods of acquisition, including subcontracting

·       Receipt, identification, and recording, including distinctions for sensitive, controlled, seized, and classified assets, and assets containing data

·       Systems data elements and responsibilities

·       Accounting, including internal controls, capitalization, leasing, and internal use software

·       Accountability, including ownership, tracking, moves, transfers, and audit support

·       Management, including property in the control of contractors, inventory, and storage

·       Screening, excessing and disposal, including disposal methods

·       Overview of special assets such as weapons, vehicles and information technology assets

·       Discussion of performance and risks of a property program

·       Overview of definitions, acronyms, and references


Ms. Campbell is an asset management specialist leader responsible for Asset Management Services and teams of property management specialists. She is a certified property management professional, property consulting fellow, fleet specialist and a project management professional.  As an industry leader, Ms. Campbell has supported NPMA for over 25 years, and is a property person of the year, President’s Award winner, and speaks and teaches at National Property Management Association (NPMA) seminars. She is active in ASTM standards, the Federal Special Interest Group, and the Advisory Board to the NPMA Executive Board. 

Ms. Campbell’s experience includes not just teaching, presenting, and consulting, but previous line responsibility for property and materials management, providing asset management life cycle diagnostics, policies, procedures and process analysis, inventory and logistics management, data and record analysis, and data reconciliation. She supports financial, operational, and system owners and stakeholders by integrating responsibilities, procedures and systems/data, and by assisting in reconciliation between asset and financial systems. She has performed these activities for federal organizations for the last 19 years and as a government contractor for the prior 18 years. She was a certified teacher prior to her property career. Marsha uses this unique background of asset manager, consultant and teacher to not only provide information, but to assist you to make impactful changes as you apply your new knowledge to your organization.  

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