Asset Leadership Influencing Infrastructure Spending

Now that legislation is in place to provide funding for infrastructure improvement, what do federal, state, and local leaders need to do to ensure investments are made for the holistic lifecycle of assets? https://youtu.be/5rJznw7sT-c Speakers: Amelia Shachoy, Asst. Dir., Infrastructure, U.S. GAO; Lou Cripps, II, Senior Manager, Asset Management, Denver Regional Transit District; Ben Clark, Group Manager Assets and Infrastructure at Town of Walkerville, South Australia; Mil...
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Next Steps – Open Web Discussion – reStructuring America

Every year, we find people with a driving passion for asset management who can use like-minded support. This year we are inviting new friends, and old, for an open meeting to share what they see as important and how they can help. Jim Dieter, ALN, CEO; Moshe Nelson, Principal at Grant Thornton and Public Sector Strategist and Supply Chain Management Solution Lead; Mike Bordenaro, ALN, Director, Communications; Cecilia Mowatt Esq., President, Strategies in Site; Nick Knoke, ALN, Director, Tec...
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National Academies Federal Facility Council

The National Academy of Sciences Federal Facility Council has been a long-time supporter of the Asset Leadership Network. Always providing a well-researched, holistic approach to facility asset management, the NAS FFC has been a decades-long leader of advanced tools and processes that bring meaningful solutions to federal agencies. We are honored to have them present again this year. Cameron Oskvig, Director, NAS FFC; Jack Dempsey, ALN Senior Fellow, Co-Chair NAS FFC 2021 Report; D...
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U.S. Department of State Asset Management

- USCG Admiral (ret.) Thad Allen, Opening Statement The history of the relationship between the ALN and the U.S. Department of State will be outlined along with the potential broad adoption of a structured approach to asset management in the U.S. Federal Government. https://youtu.be/Td9F56xnLQo - Domestic Asset Leadership In 2020, the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Administration detailed its use and benefits of ISO 55000 as highly productive asset management structure. This year, ...
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ISO 55K Issues and Evolution

The ISO 55000 structure for asset management is helping a growing number organizations gain dramatic benefits. Increased use is providing increased feedback on how the structure is valuable in encouraging top leadership to act, breaking down silos, and providing other, measurable successes. Increased use also allows feedback on improvements that can be incorporated in the current revision that started this year. Join Jim Dieter and others in a casual discussion. Yvonne Carney, Performance M...
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U.S. GAO Infrastructure Update and ALN Senior Fellow Presentations

The U.S. Government Accountability put asset management into a “next level” with its publication of the GAO 19-57 report on federal asset management. The U.S. GAO remains highly relevant in keeping asset management at the forefront of discussion and action in the federal government. We are honored and pleased to hear their insights again. Amelia Shachoy, Assistant Director, U.S. GAO Infrastructure; Keith Cunningham, Assistant Director, U.S. GAO; Matthew Cook, Assistant Director, U.S. Governm...
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2021 reStructuring America – Building on Success – Agenda

Web ConferenceOctober 11 – November 12 An ongoing discussion among global leaders addressing actionable policy, strategy & tactics to guide asset-related business activities. Event Recordings Presentations Executives from private industry and government have presented clear paths to dramatically improved mission success through use of repeatable asset management structures at past Asset Leadership Network programs. These leaders provide a meaningful foundat...
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