In government and social services, our assets are there for one purpose – to better serve our communities. The containers we transport essential products, the vehicles we use, the technological hardware that deliver digital services, even small items like key cards that ensure we’re available to citizens. Their value is inherently linked with our ability to provide value to people in Australia.
Yet, on average, government and social services organisations will lose seven per cent of those assets every year. The cost of that loss averages $42,000 to every single organisation and $441 million across the country – money that could be better spent elsewhere.