Victoria’s Asset Management Accountability Framework (AMAF) assists public sector departments and agencies in managing their asset portfolios in order to provide better services for Victorians. It is premised on a non-prescriptive, devolved accountability model of asset management in alignment with ISO 55001.
The AMAF stresses the need for an asset management system to be put in place and actively maintained—but it’s up to the various departments and agencies to determine how to deliver their organisation’s services. Similar accountability models are currently being considered by other Australian states.
Watch this webinar featuring V/Line’s Ralph Godau and Copperleaf’s Boudewijn Neijens to explore:
- Why there have been challenges to date
- How the AMAF is being implemented by various agencies
- What systems can help smooth the way for the adoption of accountability frameworks
Download this whitepaper to learn more about the AMAF, including:
- What are the guiding principles of the AMAF?
- How does AIPM, a strategic asset management practice, align with the AMAF?
- How does the Copperleaf Decision Analytics solution support the AMAF requirements and guidance?