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An organisation such as a Local Council that is responsible for the management of infrastructure assets in a defined local area.
A plan developed for the management of one or more infrastructure assets that combines multi-disciplinary management techniques (including technical and financial) over the lifecycle of the asset in the most costeffective manner to provide a specified level of service. A significant component of the plan is a long-term cashflow projection for the activities. IIMM
An Asset Management Plan (AMP) is a plan developed for the management of one or more infrastructure asset classes with a view to operating, maintaining and renewing the assets within the class in the most cost effective manner possible, whilst providing a specific level of service." LGAM
The principal function of the Emergency Management Plan is to ensure the safety of the community by addressing the prevention of, response to and recovery from emergencies within a municipality.
Long-term financial plans take the funding projections for delivery of services from infrastructure, developed in asset management plans into a corporate financial plan covering all activities and services of the organisation. Long-term financial plans typically cover a period of 10 years. Accuracy and reliability of financial projections vary over the planning period ranging from good accuracy in the early years (1-3 years) to a lesser accuracy in the later years of the period. These relative accuracies are taken into account in annual updating and review of long-term financial plans. Based on the results of Australian local government financial sustainability reports, initial versions of the long-term financial plan may indicate that existing income levels will be insufficient in future to sustain existing service levels from infrastructure.
A plan containing the long-term goals and strategies of an organisation. Strategic plans have a strong external focus, cover major portions of the organisation and identify major targets, actions and resource allocations relating to the long-term survival, value and growth of the organisation. IIMM
The Financial Management Standard 1997 requires asset strategic planning to be undertaken by agencies as part of their strategic and operational planning processes. The asset strategic plan links with other strategic plans of the agency including finance, human resources and information systems as enabling strategies for the delivery of the agency's core services. A Strategic Asset Management Plan (SAMP) is a plan that documents service standards (set by the service provider) as well as an operations, maintenance and renewals strategy for achieving these standards. LGAM