Facilities Management Information Systems (FMIS)
The Facilities Management Information Systems (FMIS) group was launched in the Fall of 2005, in order to help bridge the gap between University facilities and their growing technology components, which are an integral part of campus management systems.
Since its inception, FMIS has managed and/or improved technology, support systems and related processes for many University facility systems, including building automation systems, electrical monitoring systems, and access control and security systems. The FMIS group also works with the Campus design and project teams on all new building and renovation projects, by programming facilities and related technology systems for MSU campus facilities. FMIS strives to introduce improved and sustainable practices into all its projects and University operations.
A core responsibility of the FMIS group is the Facilities Work Order Process. The Facilities Service Desk (FSD) is responsible for the intake, logging, routing and dispatch of all facilities calls. All related work order information is stored in the TMA Work Order System, whether entered directly into the system by the FSD, or through the TMA iServiceDesk web client, which is available online to the MSU user community at http://tma.montclair.edu.