The Asset Leadership Network and supporters are providing a webinar series featuring the output of Work Groups started in 2016 to focus on Federal asset management issues. The Work Groups have reconvened in 2017 and shifted their focus to implementation success and repeatable processes.
The webinar series will be launched at the National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine’s Keck Center by the Federal Facility Council.
Asset Management Work Groups continue to focus on 6 key asset management elements identified by the Institute of Asset Management. The elements are:
- Strategic Planning
- Organization and People
- Decision Making
- Life Cycle Management
- Knowledge Management
- Risk and Review
Webinars will provide i) key elements of successful implementation practices, ii) case study examples that real world experience, good and bad, and iii) challenges to overcome for successful implementation.
Each Work group will also indicate its path forward with presentations at the 4th Annual Federal Asset Management Week, November 13 – 17, 2017, also co-hosted with NAS FFC.
The Webinar Series also includes special focus topics including Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Asset Management for complex Ownership Conditions.
The National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine will broadcast the first Webinar from the Keck Center, April 6 at 3 pm. Limited seating is available.
Webinars will be broadcast on Thursdays at 3 pm Eastern. The schedule is as follows:
April 6 Michael Aimone – Cybersecurity – limited seating available at NAS Keck Center
April 13 Strategic Planning Work Group Webinar 1
April 20 Marty Rowland – ASTM Standard on Public Infrastructure Management
April 27 Organization and People Work Group Webinar 2
May 4 Decision Making Work Group Webinar 3
May 11 Life Cycle Management Work Group Webinar 4
May 18 Special Guest
May 25 Knowledge Management Work Group Webinar 5
June 1 Risk and Review Work Group Webinar 6
June 8 Steve Wyton – Calgary, Canada ISO 55000 Government Implementation Case Study (?)
A Report based on the Work Group findings will be made available by the Asset Leadership Network.
For more details and a link to registration go to http://bimedu.weebly.com/ffc-dc.html
Register directly here: Federal Asset Management Implementation Webinar Series