Typical duties include:
Joining financial, contractual, and inventory functions in support of new material purchases and capital equipment replacement
Working directly with the Government to maintain a seamless transition from the creation of purchase orders, to the delivery of assets, to the disposal of end of life items
Maintaining the accuracy of Configuration Items (CIs) in the Configuration Management Database (CMDB)
Developing and maintaining processes for managing and tracking the full IT asset, license, and maintenance life cycle, from procurement to retirement
Defining, maintaining, and updating policies and procedures for effective management of the IT asset life cycle (e.g., acquisition, deployment, utilization, de-installation, reallocation, and disposal)
Tracking and maintaining an accurate inventory of assets throughout their life cycle
Auditing, validating, and reconciling software licenses against the installed asset base
Providing subject matter expertise for personal computer (PC), network, and server licensing
Planning for the population of the asset database
Managing the asset database
Ensuring regular housekeeping of the asset database
Working closely with the Government to ensure policy compliance and asset maintenance
Identifying opportunities to fully utilize unused or partially used IT hardware and software assets
Defining metrics, collecting data, and reporting on the effectiveness of IT asset management processes
Ensuring that the CMDB and asset database are highly accurate
Researching licensing models, product use rights, as well as licensing metrics and entitlements for vendor-published desktop software assets
Associate of Arts Degree. Significant relevant experience will be considered in lieu of formal education.
Five years of experience in an IT and asset management role.
Prior experience with Microsoft Enterprise Licensing is highly valued.