Developing_Your_Local_Government_Asset_Management_Plan_and_Relevant_Performance_Measures_-Tom_Dawe_J

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Developing Your Local Government Asset Management Plan and Relevant Performance Measures© 2015 The Public Sector Digest Inc.All rights reserved.[email protected]TOM DAWE & JOHN MURRAY April 23,2015
FBC2015AgendaWhat to expect in this presentationWho we areApproaches to Infrastructure Asset Management in OntarioDeveloping an Asset Management PlanSuccess Story – City of Hamilton
FBC2015About PSDResearch and TechnologyTwo DivisionsRESEARCHPublic Sector Digest®TECHNOLOGYCityWide® Software Solutions+
FBC2015About PSDResearch and TechnologyResearchMonthly publication, Public Sector DigestCase studies, white papersEducation & policy analysisWorkshopsWebinarsUser groups
FBC2015About PSDResearch and TechnologyTechnology & ServicesCityWide® Software SolutionsEnterprise-wide AM softwareAsset Management Self-Assessment ToolAsset Management Road MapAsset Management PlansFull Program Development & ConsultancyUser Groups & Workshops
FBC2015About PSDLocationLONDON, ONTARIO
FBC2015Some Key Facts and ComparisonsUSCanada31536FloridaOntario2013FloridaOntario54354USCanada3.83.9
FBC2015Sources of Municipal FundingOntarioProperty Tax49.5%User Fees21.7%Intergovernmental Revenue21.5%Source: Federation of Canadian MunicipalitiesFlorida Service Charges40%Miscellaneous22.29%Property Tax15%Intergovernmental Revenue9.3%Source: Florida League of Cities
FBC2015Infrastructure ResponsibilitiesCanadaFederal (50% of revenues)Railways/AirportsMarine FacilitiesDefence Facilities Courts and PrisonsProvincial (42% of revenues)HospitalsEducation Facilities Highways and StructuresCourts and PrisonsLocal (County and Municipal) (8% of revenues)Water and SewageRoads and StructuresPublic TransitParks and RecreationPolice/Fire ServicesSocial HousingU.S.A.Federal (64% of revenues)Railways/AirportsMarine FacilitiesDefence Facilities Courts and PrisonsState (21% % of revenues)HospitalsHighways and StructuresCourts and PrisonsLocal (County and Municipal) (15% of revenues)Water and SewageEducation FacilitiesRoads and StructuresPublic TransitParks and RecreationPolice/Fire ServicesCourts and Prisons
FBC2015Florida’s InfrastructureMuch of Florida’s infrastructure declined after its last assessment (ASCE 2013 Infrastructure Report Card)Overall grade of C-Coastal areas D-$16.4 billion needed for drinking water; $19.6 billion for wastewaterTotal American Infrastructure Deficit:$3.6 trillion
FBC2015Ontario’s Infrastructure
FBC2015Ontario’s InfrastructureIn 2014 PSD partnered with AMO to complete a study. This study was not survey based.

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Management, FBC, Infrastructure Asset Management, ASSET MANAGEMENT PLAN

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