Finding Your Inner Writer!

NPMA Newsflash
Vol. 2016, Issue 7 February 17, 2016
Advance the profession of Asset Management through leadership in education, standards, compliance, and certifications.

Finding Your Inner Writer

Have you ever thought about authoring an article but don’t know where to begin? The Property Professional Managing Editor, Betsy Tucker, CPPA, hosted a webinar last week, Finding Your Inner Writer, which provided guidance on how to develop a great article as well as a review of the submission process for NPMA’s magazine. Click here to review the recorded version.

Please note the remaining submission deadlines for 2016.

June Issue: April 15

August Issue: June 17

December Issue: October 14

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2016 Spring Education Seminar

Free Webinar: Chapter Leadership
Ideas and Resources for Success

Please register for Chapter Leadership - Ideas and Resources for Success on Feb 25, 2016 11:00 AM PST.

Western Region VP Bob Kaehler hosts this webinar to welcome new and returning Chapter leaders and share information to help you provide the most value to your members. ALL CHAPTER OFFICERS should participate to hear a broad overview of the resources available to chapter officers, review job descriptions and requirements, and learn what some other chapters have found beneficial to their members. This is a great way for your leadership team to come together with your peers to make your service that much more rewarding.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Contract/Government Property Management Fundamentals is Coming to LA April 4-8!

Dr. Douglas Goetz will offer a comprehensive intensive four and one half day seminar covering the critical aspects of Contract/Government Property Management in Los Angeles, CA April 4-8

Students will gain knowledge in the following areas: Policy on Providing Government Property; Government Property – Pre-award Process; Origins of Government Property; Classifications of Government Property; The Government Property Clauses 52.245-1, 52.245-2, and 52.245-9; Progress Payments Clause (52.232-16); The Management of Government Property in the Possession of Contractors; Process & Outcome Requirements Covering the Entire Life Cycle Process Approach; Voluntary Consensus Standards; Industry Leading Practices; Subcontractor Control Requirements; Liability for Loss, Damage and Destruction of Government Property; Property Management System(s) – Procedures & Application/Compliance; Property Management System Audit; and Disposition of Government Property.

Reserve your spot today!

Save the Date for Asset Management Awareness Month!

March is Asset Management Awareness Month. All are invited to participate and learn from our free weekly educational webinars, take advantage of helpful information on social media, and participate in exciting new contests. Regular updates on planned activities will be shared each week in the Newsflash. Activities are open to the public, please invite others to learn more about the exciting world of asset management!

NPMA University Property Workshop

University Property Conference at Stanford workshops will explore Asset Lifecycle, Supporting Research, Financial Compliance, Surplus & Disposition as well as Property’s Role dealing with Risk. In addition to Workshop sessions, the Conference will offer multiple Expert Panel discussions on business collaboration across departments and increasing property awareness on campus. Overall BestProperty Practices will be an hour long moderated discussion and opportunity to share with and learn from the other University Property Professionals. Also featured will be a unique hands on Case Study Seminar for all attendees, with selected expert coaches available with expertise and experience to share.

The setting will be Stanford Law School, on the main campus of Stanford University. Breakfast and lunch will be provided each day and an opportunity to tour the campus, attend the Bay Area NPMA Chapter dinner meeting and visit downtown Palo Alto for great shopping and food is available. Registration for NPMA members is $329 and non-members is $369. For more information contact Kim Kaehler at

Register here!

2016 National Education Seminar

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