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Why Asset Management?. WE OWN IT. WE MANAGE IT. “Short list” 1000 Coastal Structures 600 Dams 2500 Recreational Areas 250 Locks 75 Hydropower 285000 Tracts of land 12000 Buildings 7 Laboratories VALUE: $200 BILLION+. Lifecycle Infrastructure Management:

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Why Asset Management?

WE OWN IT

WE MANAGE IT

“Short list”

1000 Coastal Structures

600 Dams

2500 Recreational Areas

250 Locks

75 Hydropower

285000 Tracts of land

12000 Buildings

7 Laboratories

VALUE: $200 BILLION+

Lifecycle Infrastructure Management:

Campaign Goal 3c- The Right Business Practices

Executive order 13327-

Right-sizing inventory

IT’s the RIGHT thing to do!

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LCM

The Road To Green

Sustainable Infrastructure

Business

Process

Model

Infrastructure assessment and evaluation

Data Integration Asset Management Plan

What will we achieve?The Vision…

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How does it work?

Responsible

Party

Detailed

Tasks

GOAL 3/EO

Deliverables

Standardization of data, REMIS

Levee Inventory, Dam Inventory, R&D

Condition Index

Utilization

Mission Dependency

Age

Business Team, Real Estate, O&M

Data InventoryScreen

Dispose

FEM/MAXIMO, ORNIM, DSPRA, R&R models

Risk and Reliability

Benchmarks

Cost/Sustainment

Assessment and Operation

E&C, R&D, O&M

Life Cycle Management

Dispose

Performance Metrics

5 yr Budget

Customer Expectations

Business Line Leads, RBC, USACE leadership

Recapitalization

Major Rehab

O&M

Asset Management

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What is required to get green?

ESTATE SALE

BEST OFFER

who will execute

DCW

DMP

Steering Committee

Lead: Barnes

SES Members, GOs, ASA(CW) rep

Advisory Team

AM PDT Central

Lead: Knight

HQ Champions

Business Team Leads

Technical Task Leads

Who will execute?

who are they

Who are they?

Steering Committee

Lead: Barnes

Members: Loew, Basham, Hecker, Waters, Calcara, Tornblom, Berwick, Martin, White

AM PDT Central

Lead: Knight

Jester (HQ-LRD)

Reilly (POA)

Ellsworth (CERL)

Ercums (HQ-RE)

Ellin-Cuebas (HQ-SID)

Weyer (RA)

Business Team Leads

Navigation, Flood, Recreation, Hydropower, Environmental,

Emergency, Water Supply

HQ and MSC rep

HQ Champions/Portfolio Leads

Programs and leads on national initiatives

Task Leads

Field PDT’s

CoP’s

Programs

Advisory Team

Internal (District/Division)

External (BOR, NPS, Navy, Academia, CMTS, stakeholders, partners, etc.)

condition assessment

Condition Assessment

  • Condition Index: snapshot vs. risk-based
  • Buying Down Consequences (risk) - Buying up Service (reliability)
  • Not a one-size fits all
    • Component to system (miter gate to Ohio River)
    • simple to complex (screening to monte-carlo)
    • Business line (drivers/consequences)
    • Functional purpose (planning, engineering, O&M)
    • Multi-objective (water supply, hydro-power, security, navigation, environmental, flood)
    • Operational (HydroAmp) to business support (5 yr budget)
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Condition Assessment

Given all that: What to do?

  • Continue coordination with key proponents (R&D, Dams, Levees, Security, etc.)
  • Morph OMB directives together (PART and Real Property)
  • Risk and Reliability Summit (August 14-18, 2006 tentative)
  • White paper Risk (Todd Bridges)
  • White paper Condition Indices (David McKay)
  • Test drive with LRD
  • Test drive with Stakeholders
  • Benchmark with other agencies/academia
challenges

Challenges

  • Standardization
  • Data Inventory
  • Disposal
  • FEM/MAXIMO
  • Risk-based condition Assessment
  • FYDP
  • Life Cycle management
life cycle management staying green

Life Cycle ManagementStaying Green

  • The Goals:
  • Improved customer satisfaction
  • 5 yr business plan
  • Sustainable comprehensive approach
  • Defensible budget
  • Direct link between investment decision and level of service (performance)
  • Disposition- right sizing
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