“The Cost of Doing Nothing: Why Investing in Our Nation’s Infrastructure Cannot Wait”

Before the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure on “The Cost of Doing Nothing: Why Investing in Our Nation’s Infrastructure Cannot Wait”

review it here https://tinyurl.com/y5mxlk2r .


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In Brief 

Governors made investing in our nation’s infrastructure a top priority in 2019 and for the 116th Congress.

Infrastructure is the foundation states are built upon. It impacts everything from economic development and global competitiveness, to our quality of life, safety, environment and resiliency. Governors have taken action to enhance infrastructure, including creating new and increasing existing funding streams, advancing public private partnerships, addressing regulatory delays, improving transparency and promoting innovation.


Capital planning through the lens of ISO 55000

This paper is addresses capital planning that will be created by top management who understand organizational objectives and who want to implement a systematic approach to improved asset management. Case studies of organizations that have used advanced asset management systems are provided for context. Pertinent sections of ISO 55000/1/2 are addressed. First steps are suggested. And, very importantly, the ability to align existing Capital Planning standards, regulations and requirements with the ISO 55000/1/2

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Impact of the GAO Report – GAO-19-57 Federal Real Property Asset Management

The recent report by the GAO on  Federal Real Property Asset Management . In this post we discuss the implications of this report  for both Private and Public-Sector Organizations.

Background :Senators Claire McCaskill and Tom Carper requested the U.S. Government Accountability Office to study the potential value of the ISO 55000 management system for asset management on the federal government