This Library is a collection of external documents that can be useful to Asset Leaders, Asset Managers, and more.
Assisting Ukraine by planning for post-war reconstruction: Heading-off bad actors through effective infrastructure planning for Ukraine
Moshe Nelson, Principal, Grant Thornton Public Sector, principal author of “Assisting Ukraine by planning for post-war reconstruction”
Capital Fund Proposal: Upfront Funding Could Benefit Some Projects, but Other Potential Effects Not Clearly Identified
Federal Real Property Asset Management: Additional Direction in Government-Wide Guidance Could Enhance Natural Disaster Resilience
PUTTING PUBLIC ASSETS TO WORK – Examining the Potential of Urban Wealth Funds for North American
Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA)
Achieving Better Outcomes with Technology and Systems Thinking
Equity in Entrepreneurship: Challenges and Opportunities
by the RAND Lowy Family Middle-Class Pathways Center
Getting tangible about intangibles: The future of growth and productivity?
McKinsey Global Institute
Advancing Equity and Inclusion: A Guide for Municipalities
by the City for All Women Initiative (CAWI), Ottawa, Canada
“Managing Infrastructure Assets for Sustainable Development: A Handbook for Local and National Governments.” While intended for nations, any organization can find something useful in the more than 400-page PDF available for free at this link. The document mentions the ISO 55K structure, but provides its own approach to Asset Management Action Plans, a Diagnostic Tool, templates, case studies, a glossary and more.
- The GAO Study – “Federal Real Property Asset Management” – agencies could benefit from additional information on leading practices.
- Highlights of the GAO Study: Federal Real Property Asset Management.
- The GAO 2021 High-Risk List
- Highlights – Dedicated Leadership Needed to Address Limited Progress in Most High-Risk Areas
The Moore Testimony – USCG calls out ISO 55000 to congress – Testimony of Rear Admiral Nathan A. Moore Assistant Commandant for Engineering and Logistics on Coast Guard Shore Infrastructure before The House Coast Guard & Maritime Transportation (CG&MT) Subcommittee