15-16 August, Sydney Australia
Asset management is an essential component of good governance within the public sector, and should be aligned to, and integrated with, an entity's strategic, corporate and financial planning. Australian government built asset value surpasses $600 billion and with a stock of aging assets, various departments are focusing on achieving greater value for investments.
Public Sector Asset Management 2016 will address how to improve asset management strategies, and a few highlighted sessions include:
- Asset Management Planning for Informed Decision Making and Operational Reality
- Developing an Asset Management Plan with the Desired Balance of Cost Risk and Performance
- Integrating Financial Sustainability and Levels of Service to Meet Community Requirements
Draw on the expertise from more than 15+ expert asset management speakers
- Brian Frankham, Director – Asset Performance Management, NSW Department of Education
- Joe Mathew, CEO, Asset Institute
- Michael Killeen, Asset Manager, Transport for NSW
- Param Seenithamby, Principal Engineer – Roads & Structural Assets, City of Sydney
- And many more
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