The Department of Treasury and Finance introduced the Asset Management Accountability Framework (AMAF) to create simplicity, transparency and consistency in government asset management across the state.
In the context of health, this has meant the implementation of a more systematic approach to asset management and greater reporting and accountability, including the requirement to undertake a mandatory asset management maturity self-assessment every three years, effective FY 2020/21.
This panel will discuss the fundamentals and implications of AMAF on facility design, development, delivery and operations, and how you can prepare for this reform:
- What is the Asset Management Accountability Framework?
- How do we achieve this within the constraints of limited resources, funding and a devolved governance model?
- Is there an opportunity for healthcare agencies to collaborate and create synergy in the implementation and adaption of the framework, and to overcome the issue of scarce resources?
- Lessons learnt from metro, regional and rural perspectives at different stages of their implementation journey and reflecting on their key initiatives moving forward
Assistant Director, Asset Management
Department of Health and Human Services Victoria
Special Projects Coordinator
Yea and District Memorial Hospital
Former Director of Logistics
Albury Wodonga Health
Building Operations Services Manager