Improve the efficient, effective, and sustainable stewardship of federal facilities through research and advocacy of facility asset management best practices, fostering facility management educational and professional development opportunities, and addressing current and future facility management issues.
Technology and Innovation Lead: Glady Singh
Management and Strategy Lead: Jeff Freemyer
Operations and Maintenance Lead: Rigo Cisneros
Restoration and Modernization Lead: Jim Wink
Education Programs Lead: Matt Anderson
Communications Lead: Carole Mahady
Post Liaison: Vacant
Young Professionals Liaison: Sean Stuntz
Tri-Services Working Group Liaison: Bret Muilenberg
JETC FAM COI Session Track Leads Vacant (multiple positions)
Interested in getting involved in the steering group, contact: Michael Zapata
SAME National Webinars
- Communities of Interest, Joint Engineering Contingency Operations, National Webinar, SAME Joint Engineer Contingency Operations COI, Upcoming Events, Webinars
AFWERX Challenge Program OpportunitiesAFWERX Challenge is an expanded market research program to accelerate ideas toward demonstrated and deployed solutions that benefit the warfighter. We match solutions from across the innovation ecosystem, from individuals to startups, small and large businesses, academia, and research labs to prioritized Department of the Air Force problems.
- Boston Post, COI Meetings, Networking, PFAS, Professional Development, SAME Post Events
ITRC Webinar: PFAS in BiosolidsSAME Boston Post would like to invite all members and prospective members to join us for a webinar (via Zoom), in conjunction with ITRC, entitled “PFAS in Biosolids.” The webinar will be held on Thursday, December 14 from 1:30pm – 3:00pm. Hear from Chris Evans, Senior Environmental Hydrogeologist with the Maine DEP and Mitch Olson, […]
- Communities of Interest, Environmental COI, National Webinar, Upcoming Events, Webinars
Decades of Thermal Remediation: Breakthroughs & ChallengesSince the 1990s, thermal remediation contractors have completed more than 600 projects worldwide. What began as an idea to solve the seemingly impossible DNAPL problem has evolved into a commonly applied and trusted solution for source zone remediation; however, it did not happen overnight.