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  • SIMPLE - A Gap Tool
    can close the gap using the SAM GAP tool which allows us to Show what world s best practice is by demonstrating examples and case studies Agree with our current level or practice See how other similar businesses perform and rate ourselves against them Decide on a best appropriate practice BAP level that suits our organization and forms our target Identify all the improvement tasks that will need to be completed We need to understand the benefits and costs that are associated with closing the gap The business case module relates the gap to benefits achieved by other organizations in closing this gap It shows the optimal and minimal benefits achieved Once we know the benefits and the cost we can really identify the quick wins the quick starts those tasks that are needed to be completed early but may not represent the best benefits costs and develop the full long term roadmap which is our AM improvement plan Finally we can develop an Effective Implementation Plan This covers all the people and organizational issues and the critical change management items that are essential to a fully successful AM improvement program But we must remember it is the total assembly

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  • SIMPLE - Appropriate Business Confidence Level
    is different and every organization faces different issues so the solution needs to be tailored to these circumstances rather than simply adopting a generic world s best practice TEAMQF addresses this need by enabling each agency to clearly identify what is best appropriate practice for their agency and their assets at a particular point in time To manage assets efficiently and effectively organizations need to Apply best appropriate life cycle

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  • SIMPLE - Life Cycle Processes
    Utilities Interactive Training Practitioner Contents GASB 34 The 10 Steps to Asset Management Asset Management Guidelines Develop an Improvement Plan Reports Case Studies SAM Practitioner Tools Contents What is SIMPLE Quality Framework Life Cycle Processes It is vital for all owners of assets and more particularly to those owners with large complex portfolios to be able to paint a clear picture of their business performance They need to be able to identify what they can produce and at what cost This approach requires the consideration of the entire life cycle process From the initial concept or identification of a demand for service through the creation phase into operations maintenance and renewal and through to disposal all elements need to be considered This is relatively easy for a single asset but when organizations own a mature network or portfolio that consists of hundreds of thousands of individual assets the task becomes complicated It is therefore important to understand where assets are in their life cycle and what we can do about their cost and their performances Different types of works will provide different levels of service or benefits to the organization Replacement will bring back full performance whereas some renewal options

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  • SIMPLE - Quality Framework Value Chain
    type of business and the part that assets play in the service delivery assets can play a significant through to minor role in the overall business performance or service delivery The following table shows the part that assets can play in the annualized cost of various different service providers The table is an example each organization within a service type may value its assets differently and each will need to develop its own value chain Service Type Asset Management Administration Water 90 10 Wastewater 94 6 Drainage 92 8 Irrigation 88 12 Electricity 86 14 Gas 92 8 Telecoms 55 45 Ports 42 58 We define the value chain as The value that each life cycle asset management activity or tertiary quality element brings to the service delivery of the organisation In other words this means coming to the right decision at the right time by following the right processes and using accurate data and knowledge An organization needs to fully understand where It is consuming its current resources Where its money will need to be spent Where its greatest business risks are By developing advanced asset management processes and practices the organization can answer these questions By using the

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  • SIMPLE - Benchmarking
    management program should be driven using a 25 year sustainable value chain This value chain is used to derive an organisation s confidence rating and it is this confidence rating that is used in all our benchmarking activities In other words our benchmarking is done from a long term sustainable perspective and not just to measure we are very good in this area at this point in time It provides

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  • SIMPLE - City of Atlanta
    Case Studies Industry Drinking Water City of Atlanta Introduction Municipality Facts Federal Consent Decrees How has Atlanta s Asset Management Philosophy Developed Information Technology Geographical Information Systems Atlanta s Asset Management Challenge Is Investment in an Asset Management Program Worth It What has Atlanta learned What is next Contact Details and Links Palm Beach County Seattle Public Utilities Waste Water Whole of Government Life Cycle AM Processes SAM Practitioner Tools

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  • SIMPLE - Palm Beach County
    Water City of Atlanta Palm Beach County Executive Summary Objectives of an Asset Management Now Program Introduction and Background Approach to Asset Management Now Implementation Methodology Palm Beach County Experience Summary Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3 Seattle Public Utilities Waste Water Whole of Government Life Cycle AM Processes SAM Practitioner Tools Contents Reports Case Studies Case Studies Industry Drinking Water Palm Beach County This topic covers the following areas

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  • SIMPLE - Seattle Public Utilities
    Interactive Training Practitioner Contents GASB 34 The 10 Steps to Asset Management Asset Management Guidelines Develop an Improvement Plan Reports Case Studies Reports Case Studies Industry Drinking Water City of Atlanta Palm Beach County Seattle Public Utilities Executive Summary Problem Statement Objectives PDP Approach History Status Quo Alternatives for Increasing Pressure and Fire Flow Comparison of Alternatives Waste Water Whole of Government Life Cycle AM Processes SAM Practitioner Tools Contents

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