Asset Management Workshop
Planning, Strategy, and Implementation
A Certified URISA Workshop!
Public and private agencies face continuous challenges
to accomplish more with less as increases in demand, regulatory requirements, infrastructure deterioration, and political and economic forces have significantly outpaced increases in capital and operating budgets. Many of these agencies are turning to Asset Management to cope with these challenges and improve business performance and effectiveness.
This workshop will focus on several aspects of developing an asset management system that could help improve performance, reduce long-term costs, and maximize return on investment in infrastructure assets.
Specific topics include:
- Strategy and Planning
- Data Collection Methods
- Software Solutions
- Information Management and Decision Support Tools
- Evaluation and Performance Measures
- GASB34 Reporting
- Life Cycle Costs
This workshop is intended for utility, transportation, engineering, planning, and environmental managers and analysts of the public and private sectors.
Discounted Hotel Reservations:
A block 10-15 rooms are available on a first come first served basis (mention "URISA").
- Holiday Inn Express
- Address: 10711 Research Blvd, Austin, TX 78759
- Phone: 512-346-5555
- Early Registration: $200 through Oct 20th
- Late Registration: $225 after Oct 20th
Allen Ibaugh is the CEO of DTS, a technology business focused on developing and deploying GIS, Enterprise Asset Management, and web-based solutions for government and private industry, particularly in the transportation marketplace.
Mr. Ibaugh has extensive knowledge and experience with Geographic Information Systems (GIS), infrastructure asset management, transportation planning, and GIS-model integration. Mr. Ibaugh has over 20 years of project management and technical experience working on various GIS and transportation projects for DOTs, regional planning agencies, and various Town/County Governments.
During the past 20 years, Mr. Ibaugh has been an active member of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association (URISA) and is a Past President of the Board of Directors.
URISA TX Asset Management Workshop Flyer 3 Nov 2017 Austin.pdf