The Bureau of the Fiscal Service’s Office of Financial Innovation and Transformation (FIT), an agency within the US Treasury, is undergoing a new government asset tracking project to begin monitoring the movement of essential office equipment. FIT will be testing a prototype tracking software to determine if the assets can be tracked as they move throughout the facility and are passed between employees.
According to www.fiscal.treasurey.gov , the Office of Financial Innovation and Transformation identifies and facilitates the implementation of innovative solutions to help government agencies become more efficient and transparent in federal financial management. As part of this mission, FIT serves as the managing partner of the Financial Management Line of Business, a government-wide financial management role.
FIT will also be testing this software to explore if it can be used in other applications beyond tracking office equipment. The Bureau of the Fiscal Service will be the test case to determine if the prototype software can be utilized in other government sectors.
Much like this new prototype software, EnaSys Asset Tracking Software can be used in many applications, from tracking office equipment to documents to aeronautical equipment and everything in between. EnaSys uses real-time tracking via portals and handheld scanners to determine where critical assets are located at any given time. Assets can be assigned to a user and still have their location tracked as they move throughout the facility. This can reduce costs by eliminating lost assets, and time spent searching for them. EnaSys also includes custom reporting tools to keep track of when and where items have moved.
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