Managing Fixed Assets in the Public Sector: Managing For Service Excellence

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Universal Publishers, 2001 - Business & Economics - 144 pages
This text is the foremost compilation of information about managing the public sector fixed assets function. No two-fixed assets management functions are alike and there is no real collective information bank for the managers to use. Not only are management principles provided, but also definitions of some key settings in managing fixed assets from defining fixed assets to accountability for those assets. This text was written to help better operate the day-to-day affairs of the public sector fixed assets management function. The information presented here is not new; however, the information is not contained in one concise location. The concepts and principles presented here are of interest to all-public sector administrators. However, those individuals working in the day-to-day operations are those who will find this text most interesting. It should be used to stimulate conversation and communication on the subject of personal property management. In so doing, the expectation is that these conversations and communications will increase the effectiveness and efficiency of personal property management. The public sector is an area that relies on sound management practices and the management on those assets entrusted to us is no exception. Within the confines of this text will be found sound management practices to further the overall effectiveness of fixed assets management.

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