To maintain City of Marion's assets to agreed levels of service at the lowest cost possible for each year of useful life.
After reading a bunch of best practice guidance, and to maintain simple and consistent language, messaging and branding, plus to keep myself focussed, I've just crafted these Asset Management Framework element descriptions and will be seeking feedback from my new colleagues before I turn them into an infographic.
City of Marion Description
Asset Management Policy
Provides a clear direction and defines the key principles that underpin Asset Management for the City of Marion
Principles, requirements and responsibilities for Asset Management linked to organisational strategic priorities
Asset Management Strategy
Aligns our asset portfolio to better meet the service delivery needs of our community – now and into the future
High level long-term action plan coordinating activities to deliver the Asset Management Policy.
Asset Management objectives, practices, improvement plans, audit and review processes
· Current situation
· Where we want to be
· How we'll get there
· Ensure continuous improvement
Asset Management Plans
Provides scenarios that can deliver affordable levels of service targets within LTFP whilst managing risks
Long-term plans which outline asset activities for each service and provide the business case for long-term expenditure forecasts
Asset / service description, levels of service, demand forecasts, lifecycle activities, cashflow forecasts
Operational Plans & Programs
Provides a defined level of service in the most cost effective way
Guides the day to day activities of subject matter expert staff and contractors
I'll be seeking feedback from my new colleagues before turning them into an infographic to support behaviourial change as we roll this out. Any views from here would also be incredibly useful!CheersCatrin
Asset Management Program ManagerCharleston Water System103 St. Philip Street | Charleston, SC 29403Tel: 843-727-7202Mob: 843-214-4310E: email@example.com
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