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Transportation Performance Management


Webinar 3: Asset Management Business Models and Barriers to Implementation

March 13, 2013, 2:00 PM EST
This webinar explores transportation asset management business models. Webinar speakers will provide a frank examination of the strengths and limitations of specific AM business models, and will share lessons learned in overcoming barriers to implementation. Discussion will focus on alignment and integration of organizational units, systems, and data with agencies' asset management business models. Throughout the webinar, State DOT representatives will share their own experiences-including discussion of how strong AM practices can help in building the case for needed funding.

Webinar 4: Asset Management and Risk Management

May 8, 2013, 2:00 PM EST
This webinar will address risk in the context of asset management -exploring exactly how State DOTs successfully integrate principles of risk management into their asset management framework. Presentations will examine ways in which agencies link components of risk management and asset management in order to improve strategic and operational performance. Specific cases will highlight successful approaches for developing and applying a risk-based asset management strategy.

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Updated: 06/23/2016
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