The Federal Facilities Council (FFC) of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine and the Asset Leadership Network (ALN) will host a leadership forum to improve Federal asset management policies and strategies. The Federal government is one of the largest asset owners in the world, yet the Federal government remains slow to adopt policies and strategies that could redirect potentially billions of dollars in the American economy to more productive use. This forum will bring together national and international leaders and experts who will discuss a vision for new policies and strategies designed to generate dramatic, positive changes for Federal asset and asset management performance. This forum will:
- Define asset management principles critical to performance,
- Evaluate risks and opportunities driving performance improvement, and
- Discuss new value propositions, strategies and objectives for change.
The forum’s objective is to create a basis for changing asset management policies and strategies that will help the Federal government make better use of its assets and help America prosper.
This forum will be held October 20th and 21st at the National Academy of Sciences Building at 2101 Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, DC.
There is no cost to attend the forum, but attendees must register in advance. Registration is now open and can be done online here: http://assetleadership.net/fed-policy-forum-2015/registration/.
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine’s Federal Facilities Council’s mission is to identify and advance technologies, processes, and management practices that improve the performance of Federal facilities over their entire life-cycle, from planning to disposal. For more information on the FFC and this event please visit http://sites.nationalacademies.org/DEPS/FFC/index.htm.
The Asset Leadership Network is a not-for-profit association whose mission is to advance asset management policy and practice across all industries, markets and sectors by identifying, sharing, and promulgating guiding principles, standards, and best practices. For more information on the ALN and this event and related events please visit http://www.assetleadership.net/.