Richard Dietz serves as the Project Manager for the District of Columbia’s Capital Asset Replacement Scheduling System (CARSS). Mr. Dietz led the development efforts on building CARSS which is an information technology enterprise solution for assessing assets and prerequisite to appropriately planning and budgeting for capital improvements, maintenance, and replacement needs. The benefits The Districts asset management system (CARSS) provides includes the following:
- Better prioritization of capital projects relative to long-term risks and costs
- Ability to determine optimal rehabilitation and maintenance schedules and processes
- Determination of financial impact of deferred capital maintenance
- Optimal timing of delivering new projects
- Calculating Asset Condition on Roads and Highways, Fleet, Facilities, Equipment and IT projects
- Calculating Unmet Need
Mr. Dietz is involved in the prioritization and scoring of capital projects, calculating the financial impact of deferred capital maintenance, and calculating asset condition on Roads and Highways, Fleet, Facilities, Equipment and IT projects having a combined total of $14 Billion dollars.