When it comes to managing maintenance for local, state and federal government agencies, we understand that there is nothing more important than ensuring security, compliance with standards, and implementing seamless processes. eMaint’s affordable, web-based application can help your government organization extend the life of your most critical assets, and increase transparency and accountability across your entire organization. In every sector of government, employees need access to up-to-date reference materials on a daily basis, from safety documents to images of parts and assets. So why not store all of those documents within your CMMS? eMaint’s secure Document Storage feature allows you to easily upload, store and share your external documents right from our software. eMaint CMMS makes it easy for government organizations to increase productivity and make well-informed decisions.

Lower total cost of ownership (TCO)

through a shortened implementation with our web-based, SaaS deployment model.

Improve decision-making

by accessing real-time data through eMaint’s robust and customizable reports and graphs.

Optimize labor productivity

through eMaint’s planning and scheduling tools, accessible on any browser-based device.

CMMS features for government and public sector

eMaint CMMS Reports Dashboards

Reports and dashboards

Analyze trends and make data-driven decisions with robust reporting tools.

eMaint CMMS Asset Management

Asset management

Establish asset hierarchies, track maintenance history on assets and prioritize work.

eMaint CMMS Work Orders

Work orders

Generate work orders and submit work requests via a login, email or form.

eMaint CMMS PM Tasks Schedules

PM tasks and schedules

Generate PM tasks, develop PM schedules on time or usage and track inspections.

Government and public sector customer success stories

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“Implementing a CMMS helped us standardize and streamline tasks and procedures for recurring work performed on our city buildings.”
Tim Werner | City of Richland

City of Richland