Type of Assignment  Representative Activities
Industrial and/or Contract Property Management   Develops policy and procedures for government property management
  Oversees and manages life cycle processes for government-owned property being utilized by contractors (i.e., government property in the possession of contractors and, in some instances, government-owned contractor-operated plants)
  Provides advice and assistance on property-related matters during acquisition planning, contract formation, and contract management
  Reviews contractor’s purchasing system as it pertains to property management
  Performs investigations of instances of lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed government property and either grant relief or recommends liability
Core Certification Standards (Required for DAWIA certification.)
 Acquisition Training   ACQ 101  Fundamentals of Systems Acquisition Management
 Functional Training   CON 200  Business Decisions for Contracting
  CON 216  Legal Considerations in Contracting
  IND 205  Contract Government Property Management Systems and Auditing Concepts (R)
 Education   Formal education not required for certification
 Experience   2 years of experience in an industrial property management position

Core Plus Development Guide (Desired training, education, and experience) Type of Assignment
Training Ind and/or Con Prop Mgt
  CLM 040 Proper Financial Accounting Treatments for Military Equipment
  CLM 200 Item-Unique Identification
  HBS 405 Change Management
  HBS 434 Process Improvement
  HBS 437 Strategic Thinking
  Baccalaureate degree or at least 24 semester hours in accounting, law, business, finance, contracts, purchasing, economics, industrial management, marketing, quantitative methods, or organization and management
  None specified
1 The Core Certification Standards section lists the training and/or education and experience REQUIRED for certification at this level for this career field within 24 months of assignment.
2 “(R)” following a course title indicates the course is delivered as resident-based instruction.
5 When preparing your IDP, you and your supervisor should consider the training, education, and experience listed in the Core Plus Development Guide at this and the lower level(s) if not already completed.