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by AM Council » 26 Nov 2015, 09:46

John Switala, Lead member for TAMP, Department of Local Government and Infrastructure planning presented the “Total Asset Management Plan (TAMP) Framework of Queensland Government” at the November 2015 Asset Management Council Chapter Monthly Meeting.

Three key aspects to note:
    2014 Pilot program involved 7 key departments
    2015 TAMP submission involved all of 19 Queensland Government departments
    Department of Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning played a lead role in implementation
John Switala also discussed on how TAMP can be helpful for State Infrastructure Plan (SIP) released on 26 October 2015.

TAMP is covered in two parts.
Part A: Strategy
    clear vision for the future
    new approach to infrastructure planning and prioritisation
    responds to key opportunities and challenges

Part B: Program
    4 year program of investment
    5-15 year opportunities
    Targeted consultation over 6 weeks of closing 4 Dec’15
    Final to be SIP released in early 2016

This session was the first official presentation by the department of local government and infrastructure planning at any professional body event.

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