Government Property Matters web events are held on the second Wednesday of each month to provide a forum for anyone who has an interest in contract Government property and a desire to communicate with subject matter experts. This month we will discuss Contractor property management procedures.
Contractor property management procedure reviews are one of the most difficult subject areas for both the Contractor and the Property Administrator, from writing, implementing, testing, to evaluating. The discussion will include the FAR requirements, how to evaluate a Contractor's property management procedures, lessons learned, and best practices.
Time: 11:00am -12:30pm Eastern - 8:00am -9:30am(Pacific)Host:
Tonya Guy-Green, Learning Director of Industrial & Contract Property Management and Purchasing, DAU
Ms. Tonya Guy-Green joined DAU in 2013. She is the Learning Director of Industrial & Contract Property Management and Purchasing. She is responsible for overseeing life cycle activities of learning assets within the two areas as well as several Contracting assets. She is certified to instruct DAU Industrial Contract Property Management courses. Prior to joining DAU, she served as a Property Administrator (PA) for the Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) for nine years. While with DCMA, Ms. Guy-Green conducted surveillance of contractor property management systems varying in complexity with property valued up to $2.5 billion. Prior to Federal civilian service, she worked for Flight Safety Services Corporation and L-3 Communications Link Simulation and Training performing contract property management responsibilities in support of the United States Air Force C-141 Starlifter Program from 2001 through 2004. She also served in the United States Army as a Materiel Control and Accounting Specialist and a Logistics Specialist from 1989 to 1996.
Audra Tufts, Professor Contract Property Management and Contract Management, DAU
Audra Tufts is a Professor of Contract Property Management and Contract Management courses at Defense Acquisition University. Since joining DAU she has been awarded Instructor of the Year twice and supports Mission Assistance efforts around the world. She has a Bachelors in Psychology from Chapman University and a Masters of Business Administration from University of Maryland. Audra is Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) Level III certified in both Contracting and Industrial/Contract Property Management and is a member of the Defense Acquisition Corps.