5th Asset Leadership Week

November 13 – 16, 2018

The Asset Management Imperative

Leaders from federal government, local government, institutions and private companies will publicly share benefits of improved mission success available from proven, repeatable asset management business processes.

Benefits can include:

  • improved performance
  • higher customer satisfaction ratings
  • faster compliance approvals
  • ability to show Congress world class improvement plans
  • clearly achieved mission success
  • and other measurable benefits.

Public officials, institutional leaders and private executives are sharing their experience with . . . and plans for . . .  using ISO 55000 and other asset management tools and processes as a means to improve performance.

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Tuesday 13 November

  Leadership in Federal Facilities Asset Management Forum

  • 8:00 am – 3:00 pm Venue: National Academies of Sciences Historic Building on the National Mall

Co-host:  National Academies of Sciences’ Federal Facility Council

The interactive Forum will provide leading insights on current and near future asset management initiatives and how they may be approached with the insights from a pending GAO study on asset management.

Accepted and invited speakers highlights: Tad Davis, pending Director, Department of State, Overseas Building Operations, immediate past Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Energy, Installations and the Environment;  Amelia Shachoy and Michael Armes, both Assistant Directors with the U.S. Government Accountability Office;  Carla Coulson, Deputy Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management, US Army Office of the Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management; Thomas Chaleki, Senior Real Property Officer Department of Homeland Security; and Jim Whitaker, Jones Lang Lasalle

 – ALN Policy for Assets Working Group (Invitation Only)

  • 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm Venue: MXDC 666 14th St NW


Wednesday 14 November

 – Federal Asset Management Forum

  • 8:30 am – 2:00 pm Venue: U.S. Capitol Hill Visitors Center – Space Limited, Restrictions Apply

Co-host: Senator Tom Carper

Perspectives from legislators, staff, agencies, institutions and private companies will highlight the impact a successful federal asset agenda can have on improved tax payer services, increased efficiency and mission effectiveness.

Accepted and invited speakers highlights: Senator Tom Carper (Delaware) Senior Member Homeland Security and Government Affairs; Dan Mathews, Commissioner, GSA Public Buildings Service;   Keith Cunningham, Assistant Director, U.S. Government Accountability Office

Thursday 15 November

 – Federal Asset Management Forum Information Management Focus

  • 8:00 am – 5:00 pm Venue: Capitol Hill Venue Confirmation Pending

The critical role of information management to improved government asset management will be explored in presentations from legislators, agencies, institutions and private companies.

Accepted and invited speakers highlights: Mike Quigley, Illinois Congressman, House Appropriations Committee; Department of State Overseas Building Operations; James Dalton, Director, USACE Civil Works

Legislative Debrief – No Host Reception

  • 5:30 pm Venue: Tortilla Coast at 400 1st Street SE on Capitol Hill


Friday 16 November

 – State and Local Government Asset Leadership Summit

  • 8:00 – 3:00 Venue: University of the District of Columbia – 4200 Connecticut Avenue, NW

Co-host – Government of Washington, D.C.

Benefits from the transfer of knowledge between federal and state and local government can improve results for tax payers will be demonstrated and explored in this dynamic exploration of what is working in real-world asset management.

Accepted and invited speaker highlights: Muriel Bowser, Mayor, Washington, D.C.; Jeffrey Dewitt, CFO, Washington, D.C.