Enron Mail

Subject:EBS Computer Equipment
Date:Wed, 19 Sep 2001 06:21:31 -0700 (PDT)

I'm a recent EBS redeployment person who found a job in ETS. Late last week my group got flat screen monitors to replace the old, large, bulky ones. We moved to 3 Allen Center on Monday evening 9/17. On Tuesday evening, 9/18 someone came into this area and stole 2 of the new flat screen monitors. This is being investigated, however, we now have 2 persons without a monitor.

What is happening to all the computer equipment from EBS terminated/redeployed persons? If we had access to this equipment, the monitors could be quickly replaced. Instead, 2 old, large bulky monitors are being delivered as a "temporary" fix while ETS orders new equipment. Why is ETS ordering new equipment when a transfer of computer assets from EBS to ETS could speedily resolve this problem?

All Enron companies could benefits if the unused equipment from EBS was recycled back into Enron.

Miriam Brabham
713-646-4794 FAX
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