2009 Corporate total asset management plan
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58 Corporate Asset Management Plan CCoorrppoorraattee AAsssseett MMaannaaggeemmeenntt PPllaann 7.5 Immediate Improvement Projects Scope The following projects have been determined as the most urgent and important to corporately improving the management of Council assets. These projects will be undertaken over the next three financial years provided the recommended resources are allocated to the projects. As a result of the work already undertaken in developing AMPs, some of the recommended improvements listed below have commenced. Upon completion of the projects listed the Improvement Program will be reviewed another handful of projects will be selected for implementation. 7.5.1 Development and Maintenance of Councils Corporate Asset Register (AIM) Darwin City Councils corporate asset register known as AIM (Civicas Asset and Infrastructure Management application) is being developed to act as a central repository of asset data in order to minimise stand alone systems and duplication of data and effort. It is intended to hold information for use by all staff and particularly data for use by the financial, capital planning, works management, asset inspection, and mapping systems. 7.5.2 Development and Maintenance of Asset Management Plans for Key Asset Groups Asset Management Plans are living documents that record current policies, standards, lifecycle tactics, levels of service, information systems, critical assets, knowledge of assets, and work programs for key Council assets groups. Initial asset management plans will be developed for the following asset groups: Roads; Pathways, Carparks and Stormwater Drainage. 7.5.3 Asset Condition Assessment and Data Collection Program Ongoing program to ensure Council has up to date records on what assets they own and knows what condition these assets are in and to assist in the development of forward works programs. Data collection and condition surveys were carried out for, roads, footpaths, driveways, walkways, cyclepaths and street trees between 2006 and 2008. Ongoing data collection and condition surveys for the storm water network will commence in 2008/09.