SMC Asset Management Department

SMC Fixed Assets Management Department dynamically manages and maintains the district’s fixed assets. Managing over $10 million in fixed assets, the department transformed the legacy ISIS system and utilizes a state-of-the-art Micro Focus Asset Manager software (HPAM) and customized solutions to effectively manages SMC’s significant dollar investments in fixed assets. The Fixed Assets Management team works hand in hand with the campus community to offer IT based solutions to facilitate the control of campus assets and to meet GASB reporting requirements. 

Department Services to SMC Community 

The Fixed Assets Management team recognizes the public budget constraints and costs associated with acquiring, maintaining, and replacing of fixed assets, and proudly serves the SMC community by ensuring proper control and accountability of the fixed assets. 

Internal Department Responsibility

District Assets Accountability is Your Responsibility


SMC Fixed Assets Management Department utilizes state-of-the-art equipment in conducting it's inventory projects.

Fixed Assets Management Department and Disaster Emergency Preparedness

The Fixed Assets Management Department has quickly responded to meet the needs of the SMC community during disasters and emergencies. This is made possible by accurate record keeping, the utilization of state-of-the-art technology (The Fixed Assets Module), and supporting teams mindful of students’ success.

  • At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Fixed Assets Management Department developed and implemented a “Check-In/Check-Out” system in the SMC Fixed Assets Module. This new system ensured the swift deployment of District assets to the SMC community making the transition to e-learning and working remotely, without jeopardizing the integrity and accountability of the Fixed Assets system.
  • We are proud to share that the joint effort of the entire SMC community to safeguard the accuracy of the SMC Fixed Assets Module made it possible for the college to support the State of California’s call to share life support and ventilation equipment during the COVID-19 pandemic.