Workshop focuses minds on ASC missions
April 22, 2010
- Workshop addresses emerging ASC missions.
ROCK ISLAND, Ill.-Property book officers and Army Field Support Brigade staff personnel from worldwide locations brought their combined skills to bear at the third annual Army Sustainment Command Property Branch and G-4 (Logistics) Workshop held April 13-16 at the Bettendorf, Iowa, Holiday Inn.
The 85 attendees included Department of the Army civilians, military personnel and contractors from Iraq, Japan, South Korea, Army Materiel Command G-4 and virtually every continental U.S. installation - all focused on enhancing service to the Warfighter.
The workshop was designed to enable participants to share ideas, discuss problem areas and develop corrective actions. Additionally, it served to formulate processes for future initiatives, as well as discuss and develop reporting procedures to accurately measure progress and shortfalls.
Since ASC is growing larger with each fiscal year, there are more missions, each with its own set of priorities.
Molding these missions into a seamless operation within the ASC arena is a complex venture, said meeting organizers. Bringing the "movers and shakers" together for just a few days each year adds to the recipe of success.
Discussions conducted during the workshop finalized a number of processes unique to ASC. Included in these discussions were processes regulating the flow of Financial Liability Investigation of Property Loss reports, inspection results and corrective action, and the disposition process for Residual Equipment Without Disposition.
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