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 Export to Your Calendar 11/13/2019 to 11/15/2019
When: Wednesday, November 13, 2019
8:00 AM
Where: Herndon/Fairfax, Virginia 
United States
Presenter: Bill Love, CPPM

Online registration is available until: 11/13/2019
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This Class Awards 24 Continuing Education Credits (CEUs) 


Member Rate: $1,000.00

Non-Member Rate: $1,140.00

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The successful execution of government contracts greatly depends upon your ability to understand and maintain a sound physical infrastructure within your company or organization. This course provides you with a wealth of information and strategies that will help you maximize your available resources, such as buildings, vehicles, machinery, and other long-term assets that depreciate over the years. It is designed for PMO, Operations, Finance, Engineering, Manufacturing, Compliance, Contracts and anyone else in your enterprise who cares about efficiencies and profitability.

You may be a subject matter expert in a discipline, but it’s critical that you understand the bigger picture when it comes to getting the most out of your existing tools and processes, in order to maximize your contract profits and show your customers how you can most efficiently and effectively execute on their contracts.

This course is based on the book Capital Asset Management: A Basix Guide To Help You Maximize Your Physical Infrastructure. It teaches you how to connect the dots from the very beginning of the business process to the final disposition of property, including Procurement, Receiving, Tagging, Utilization, Audits/Inventory, Maintenance, Disposition, and several other key processes throughout the business lifecycle.

These are just a few of the dozens of questions that this course will answer for you:

·      What are the 10 steps of the capital asset lifecycle?

·      How do they relate to the FAR’s 10 outcomes?

·      What are the three asset types?

·      How can I figure my average cost per asset?

·      What are the seven asset disposition options?

·      What are the four different kinds of cost groups?

·      What are the five asset lifecycle performance curves?

·      Why is it so important to properly tag an asset upon receipt?

·      How is asset utilization and return on assets (ROA) measured?

·      What are the five different values that can be assigned to an asset?

·      How do my direct and indirect costs impact our contract performance?

·      How do I know when I’ve reached my maximum maintenance and repair budget?

·      How do I calculate relationships and trends for maximum cash flow management?

·      Reference many key industry terms, acronyms and definitions. 


Instructor Bill Love, CPPM

William M. Love, CPPM, is an Asset/Property Analyst, Author, Instructor and Green Belt in the Enterprise Asset Management corporate office at Harris Corporation in Melbourne, Florida. He’s been published multiple times in The Property Professional Magazine and has given presentations on capital asset management at national education seminars, and regional and local chapter levels. His latest book is titled “Capital Asset Management: A Basic Guide To Help You Maximize Your Physical Infrastructure.”


He held positions with Lockheed Martin and GE, and a number of other commercial companies where he served as operations and computer systems consultant, senior technical writer, operations manager, financial controller, government proposal production management, and sales and marketing manager for two electronics R&D companies where he traveled the country extensively to promote and train a high-tech access control technology to law enforcement and private industry, including the world’s largest package delivery company, where he wrote and directed a product application film for its regional office in Louisiana.


He’s been a featured speaker at regional conferences on computerized accounting operations and workflow processes and was a regular talk show guest and host on central Florida radio stations on the subjects of education policy, economics and political strategies. 


He has written, edited and published an extensive list of books, newspaper and magazine columns, white papers, screenplays, product packaging and catalogs, corporate and government proposals, and journal articles, for local and national newspapers, magazines and private industry. He has won local and national awards for technical writing and fictional short story works, co-authored a two-hour screenplay with a five-time Emmy award winner, and won Top Salesman awards in two companies. As owner and president of his own accounting and income tax services firm, he also provided computer conversion and workflow analysis consulting.


He is a graduate of Western Illinois University and is a member of the National Property Management Association and a former member of other organizations, including the International Society of Public Accountants, the American Society of Public Accountants and the American Society for Industrial Security. 

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