Understanding Asset Management is Understanding Everything
The National Asset Leadership Strategy (NALS) is a management systems approach to achieving national objectives by improving the management of the nation’s assets.
It is is a decision support and organizing framework using proven structures and enduring objectives to vastly improve asset management in the U.S. and allow for the impact of political exigencies.
- Asset Management in High Performance Organizations White Paper
- What does it mean to be a high performance organization when it comes to asset management? And what is an asset, anyway?
- ALN ISO 55000 Overview for Federal Agencies Dec 2017
- Guided by ALN member Jack Kelly, who worked at the Office of Management and Budget for 36 years, this 5-page document helps federal executives understand the place of ISO 55000 in context of the U.S. Federal Government.
- ISO 55000 Asset Management Overview PDF
- Written by ALN member Jack Dempsey, USCG (ret.) this overview provides a 2-page understanding of ISO 55000.
- The GAO Study
- ALN Executive Summary of 2016 Recommendations for Federal Asset Management
- The Moore Testimony
- USCG Calls Out ISO 55000 to Congress
- Asset Leadership Best Practices and the Case of the DC Government CFO Office
- As published in Public Sector Digest magazine
- Asset Leadership as Opposed to Asset Management
- Jim Dieter, CEO Asset Leadership Network
- Draft Executive Order for Federal Asset Management
- Presidential Documents
- ALN MEMO to US TAG to TC251 and Position Paper on Improving Information on ISO 55001 Certification
- Highlights from the ALN Newsletter
- 2016 US Federal Government Recommendations Executive Summary