2009 Corporate total asset management plan
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57 Corporate Asset Management Plan CCoorrppoorraattee AAsssseett MMaannaaggeemmeenntt PPllaann Data and Knowledge Improvement Urgency Importance Timeframe Responsibility Asset Classification / Identification Realign with documented asset hierarchy. Medium Medium 2007 - 2009 AM Asset Physical Attributes Minimum data requirements to be determined and captured. High High 2004 - 2009 AMT Condition After minimum data sets determined collect condition data on an ongoing basis. Medium High Ongoing AMT Cost and Maintenance Histories Determine the required data, implement MMS and ensure financial tracking to asset group level is possible. Medium Medium 2008 -2011 AMT Benchmark Data Determine suitable benchmarks and data requirements Low Medium 2008 -2011 IT/FD/AMT Valuation Valuation data requirements to be consolidated with asset management requirements. Medium Medium 2007 2010 FD/AM Lifecycle Costing Above changes to financial tracking will capture the required data for lifecycle costing to be undertaken. Medium High 2007 2011 IT/FD/AMT Table 10 Asset Management Data and Knowledge Improvements
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