NEW RTC ASSET INVENTORY PRODUCTS The RTC has several new products
and services for accessing the RTC Realty Estate Asset Inventory . Four
electronic products provide access to the real estate database through CD
Release on 1993-06 | by Resolution Trust Corporation (U.S.)
RESOLUTION TRUST CORPORATION Resolving The Crisis Restoring The
Confidence June 30 , 1993 The Resolution Trust Corporation ( RTC ) is pleased
to publish the latest listing of available real estate assets . The RTC Asset Inventory ...
29), which applies to other nonmonetary assets, such as inventories, as well. IAS
18, Revenue, addresses the nonmonetary exchange of real estate held as inventory.53 The remainder of this section outlines the International Financial ...
Author: Maria K. Davis
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Business & Economics
Accounting for Real Estate Transactions, Second Edition is an up-to-date, comprehensive reference guide, specifically written to help professionals understand and apply the accounting rules relating to real estate transactions. This book provides financial professionals with a powerful tool to evaluate the accounting consequences of specific deals, enabling them to structure transactions with the accounting consequences in mind, and to account for them in accordance with US GAAP. Accountants and auditors are provided with major concepts, clear and concise explanations of real estate accounting rules, detailed applications of US GAAP, flowcharts, and exhaustive cross-references of the authoritative literature.
Examples of facilities include office buildings, data centers, and other real estate
where services are performed. Organizations may use many practical methods to inventory these assets. Human resources databases identify and describe the ...
Author: Richard A. Caralli
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional
Category: Business & Economics
CERT® Resilience Management Model (CERT-RMM) is an innovative and transformative way to manage operational resilience in complex, risk-evolving environments. CERT-RMM distills years of research into best practices for managing the security and survivability of people, information, technology, and facilities. It integrates these best practices into a unified, capability-focused maturity model that encompasses security, business continuity, and IT operations. By using CERT-RMM, organizations can escape silo-driven approaches to managing operational risk and align to achieve strategic resilience management goals. This book both introduces CERT-RMM and presents the model in its entirety. It begins with essential background for all professionals, whether they have previously used process improvement models or not. Next, it explains CERT-RMM’s Generic Goals and Practices and discusses various approaches for using the model. Short essays by a number of contributors illustrate how CERT-RMM can be applied for different purposes or can be used to improve an existing program. Finally, the book provides a complete baseline understanding of all 26 process areas included in CERT-RMM. Part One summarizes the value of a process improvement approach to managing resilience, explains CERT-RMM’s conventions and core principles, describes the model architecturally, and shows how itsupports relationships tightly linked to your objectives. Part Two focuses on using CERT-RMM to establish a foundation for sustaining operational resilience management processes in complex environments where risks rapidly emerge and change. Part Three details all 26 CERT-RMM process areas, from asset definition through vulnerability resolution. For each, complete descriptions of goals and practices are presented, with realistic examples. Part Four contains appendices, including Targeted Improvement Roadmaps, a glossary, and other reference materials. This book will be valuable to anyone seeking to improve the mission assurance of high-value services, including leaders of large enterprise or organizational units, security or business continuity specialists, managers of large IT operations, and those using methodologies such as ISO 27000, COBIT, ITIL, or CMMI.
Corps of Engineers Needs to Improve the Reliability of Its Real Property Disposal
Data Terrell G. Dorn ... Year Timeline—an action plan for implementing the asset
management plan and demonstrating the use of real property inventory data for ...
Author: Terrell G. Dorn
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Unreliable real property data has been a long-standing problem for federal landholding agencies. Under the President¿s real property initiative, agencies are being held accountable for, among other things, improving the accuracy of their real property inventory and disposing of unneeded property. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the fourth largest landholding agency, uses the Real Estate Management Information System (REMIS) for recording its civil works inventory. The author was asked to determine whether REMIS could provide reliable information on the Corps¿ civil works land disposals from FY 1996 through 2006. Includes recommendations. Charts and tables.
Distinction between testate and intestate estates . ... in Michigan ) to make and
return into the court from which his letters were issued a true inventory of the real estate and of all goods ... Cameron , 15 that there were assets in other states Wis
Release on 1987 | by United States. Internal Revenue Service
Adjusted Basis Inventories Inventories are necessary to clearly show income
when the production , purchase , or sale of ... inventories are assets such as land
, buildings , and equipment used in your business , or real estate held for sale by