Asset Management - Getting the Most Out of Aging Infrastructure

CPE Credits: 
2
Session Time: 
Wednesday, May 9, 2018 - 10:30am to 12:10pm
Room: 
100-102
Field of Study: 
Management Services
Level: 
Intermediate
Prerequisite: 
Basic understanding of capital asset management practices in government
Description: 

According to our CAFRs, infrastructure is our most valuable asset! Local governments can make investments to maximize the useful life and value of these assets. However, traditional capital planning and budgeting techniques often minimize the importance of infrastructure upkeep. At this session you will learn how to structure your planning and budgeting process to give asset preservation its due consideration. Speakers will provide specific asset upkeep strategies that have been employed successfully from leading governments.

Speakers: 
Moderator
Budget & Fiscal Officer
16th Circuit Court of Jackson, MO
Speaker
Interim Division Manager for the Asset Systems Management
City of Portland, Bureau of Environmental Services
Speaker
Town Administrator
Town of Berlin, MD
Speaker
Past President, Chair of Committee on America's Infrastructure
American Society of Civil Engineers
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