Developing Affordable Levels of Services for Assets
Conference Date
30 November & 1 December 2016
Sydney Boulevard Hotel
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Maintaining assets and developing affordable levels of service is incredibly difficult, particularly as councils work through amalgamations and rate capping. By attending this conference, councils will learn how to source quality data to identify and prioritise what assets need work and create a long term service plan around their financial capabilities.

This conference will be focusing on:  
  • Intelligent data collection & interpretation
  • Improving communication between finance & service planning & asset management
  • Integrating data to produce service plans & modelling
  • Producing long term service plans relevant to community needs
Who will attend?  
    Local government professionals with responsibility for:
  • Asset Management, Accounting & Systems
  • Financial Management & Financial Planning
  • Directors of Corporate Services & Planning
  • Directors of Engineering & Community Service

Attend to learn:

  • Smart data collection for each asset

  • Determining the levels of service costing for each asset

  • Centralising Finance, Service Strategy & Asset Management

  • Conducting effective community consultation

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Key Speakers

Anthony Ogle
Manager, Asset Systems
City of Ryde
Peter Way
Chair, National Asset Management Strategy Council
Institute of Public Works Engineering Australiasia (IPWEA)
Keith Lockyer
Chief Financial & Information Officer
Armidale Regional Council
Chris Campbell
Coordinator, Asset & Capital Planning
Sunshine Coast Regional Council


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