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How Asset Tracking Software Can Improve Local Government Agency Operations

September 14, 2017

Local government agencies have countless tools, equipment, files, and employees to keep track of. The success of these organization depends on the ability to know where these assets are at all times. But if you’re trying to track them with an outdated government inventory system, you’re going to struggle. That’s why government software solutions like…

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3 Essential Audit Readiness Competencies

September 12, 2017

The number of warehouses in the U.S. is ever increasing as a demand for storage from both the public and the private sector rises. There has been a 6.8% increase in the number of storage facilities in the last five years, a number that is expected to continue to grow.   However, in order to…

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Police Department Budgets Are Finally Rising, But Is That a Good Thing?

August 17, 2017

In our last post, we discussed one of the biggest trends in the world of law enforcement: budgets are finally going up. According to a recent article by U.S. News and World Report, the “Freedom to Thrive: Reimagining Safety and Security in Our Communities” study found that city governments are finally giving larger and larger shares…

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3 Important Inventory Tools No Warehouse Should Be Without

August 7, 2017

While people often simply refer to inventory management tools as an umbrella term, there are actually a number of different types of these tools, each of which serves it own unique purpose. If you are in the process of revamping your inventory to be more compliant with government inventory regulations, then it is important that…

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For Police Department Finances, An Inventory System Could Help

August 3, 2017

Government budget increases can be both a blessing and a curse, as with higher budgets comes a higher level of scrutiny. And with police budgets finally on the rise again, it’s more important than ever for police departments to keep their fiscal affairs in order. More money means more access to equipment, vehicles, and personnel that can…

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5 Benefits That Come With Choosing the Right WMS for Your Business

July 13, 2017

Whether you’re running a production facility, shipping location, or government facility, there’s no denying that property inventory management software makes everyone’s job easier. In fact, inventory accuracy actually increases almost 20% with the proper warehouse management system (WMS). The best WMS software applications not only support daily operations within a warehouse, but also integrate well…

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FAQ: Understanding IUID Verification

June 27, 2017

When you’re working with the U.S. Department of Defense, you’re upheld to extremely strict standards. Of course, this is for a good reason, as the DoD constantly handles sensitive items and information. But one of the most important requirements to uphold by far is the IUID standard. Here, we’ll answer some of the most frequently…

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A Government Contractor’s Guide to Complying With MIL-STD- 130

May 22, 2017

The Department of Defense (DOD) has a vast array of requirements that must be met before accepting any type of software. Among them is a landmark policy that requires every asset and piece of personal property in possession of the DOD to be identified by a unique serialized identification number in accordance with MIL-STD- 130.…

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Why Public Schools Should Use an Inventory Tracking Software

May 15, 2017

The budget for public schools is constantly shrinking. More and more teachers are leaned on to provide their own materials for the classroom, limits are placed on the amount of copy paper that can be used, and text books are becoming increasingly outdated as schools are unable to purchase new products. That is why it…

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The Trump Budget: Huge Increase in Defense Spending, Cuts for EPA and State

March 20, 2017

On Thursday, March 16, President Donald J. Trump released a $1.15 trillion budget proposal that reveals the White House’s budget priorities for 2018. The 53-page document is known as a “skinny budget,” which means the document is meant as a rough outline, with more details to come later in the year. Although skinny budgets are…

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