Focuses on the tracking and control of service assets in the IT infrastructure and collaborates with configuration analysts to train Service Asset & Configuration Management (SACM) staff in SACM principles, processes, and procedures. Supports the creation of the SACM process, activities, and procedures to include CI registration procedures, access controls, and privileges. Ensures the correct roles and responsibilities are defined in the SACM plan/procedures. Assists with procurement of IT assets when requested. Works with other SACM roles to tag and track all IT assets and to identify their locations and owners. Receives IT assets and ensures delivery to correct locations, and coordinates IT asset setup and teardown activities when requested. Proposes/concurs with the SACM Manager on CIs to be uniquely identified with naming conventions. Ensures developers and configuration system users comply with identification standards. Liaises with Configuration Librarian on population of asset and configuration management system (CMS). Performs configuration audits to ensure physical inventory is consistent with the configuration management database (CMDB)/CMS, initiating corrective action through Change Control. Accepts baselined products from third parties for distribution. Builds system baselines for promotion and release. Maintains project status information and status accounting records and reports. Assists SACM Manager in report definition as required. Maintains and reconciles databases containing information regarding licenses, warranties, and service agreements for the organization's hardware and software.
High school Diploma or General Equivalency Diploma (GED)
5 Years of Experience
Four (4) years of experience using Department of Defense Logistics and Asset Management System (e.g., Remedy, DPAS, GCSS-MC).
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