The Property & Equipment Policy office is the lead OUSD(AT&L) office for general and military equipment. We support the Components in multiple areas, especially by providing Existence ("book to floor") and Completeness ("floor to book") testing on site for groups of major assets. After testing, we provide feedback to the Component and guidance in the preparation of assertion packages. A major area in which Components should focus is documentation. E&C assertions are complete once the Components have the supporting documentation to prove assets recorded in their accountable property systems of record exist, and all of the Components’ assets are recorded in their system. More...
The FY2011 Annual Statement of Assurance declares GFP accountability (especially equipment) as a material weakness. The Property and Equipment Policy Office, in conjunction with Defense Procurement and Acquisition Policy (DPAP), has created a corrective action plan to correct this weakness and aid in creating a sustainable way forward for future accountability concerns regarding GFP. More...
Click the tabs above to find more information on the other initiatives in progress that strengthen DoD property accountability. Look under Assurance (SoA) for current Statement of Assurance training and information. Click Accounting for equipment-related progress in the fields of accounting and auditing. All-encompassing information can be found at Accountability.
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Defense Agencies Executive Fleet Summary (Jan 2013)
In accorance with the Presidential Memorandum, Federal Fleet Performance, issued May 24, 2011, and FMR Bulletin B-32, Federal agencies are required to post information on executive fleet vehicles larger than midsize sedan or non-compliant with alternative fueled vehicle requirements. For the Defense Agencies, the information is available in the 2012 Executive Fleet Summary.