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Excerpt from "10/25/1996 - PRO 4.4 - OSHA Property Management"
This Directive establishes the policies, guidelines, organization and personal responsibilities for OSHA's Property Management Inventory System (OPMIS) and Capitalized Assets Tracking and Reporting System (CATARS). These two systems are designed to record, track, manage, and validate information about property that is important to the accomplishment of OSHA's mission. Accountability for property is specifically required by the Department of Labor. OSHA's Property Management Officers (PMOS) and Accountable Property Officers (APOS) must maintain positive control and management of their respective inventories.

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