Overview

August 20
11AM PT, 2PM ET

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Throughout the country, aging infrastructure is impacting economic development, health and safety, and overall quality of life for the public. From roads and bridges to water and sewer systems, governments are in need of a data-driven, modern approach to manage these critical assets more than ever.
 
On Aug. 20 at 11am PT/2pm ET, we are diving into the world of strategic asset management (SAM) and how it can be a game-changer for government agencies in this time of uncertainty and change. This future-focused approach incorporates life cycle modeling that balances budgets, communities’ service needs and asset condition – ultimately delivering more sustainable facilities and infrastructure.
 
Join the conversation for answers to questions like:
· How do I manage the life of my entire asset portfolio over the long term?
· How do I deliver the service my community needs from these assets?
· How can I do both of those things, yet still balance tight budgets?
· What will future asset health and service levels be under different funding scenarios?
· How can I get started with the data I have today? 
 
Register now to learn how SAM delivers solid, integrated long-term capital works and financial plans that powerfully demonstrate to you and your stakeholders the consequences of today’s decisions on tomorrow’s infrastructure and facilities. 

Speakers

Ashay Prabhu

Ashay Prabhu

VP of Strategic Asset Management, Dude Solutions

Ashay has over 20 years’ experience in strategic asset management and was the Co-Founder of Assetic, which was recently acquired by Dude Solutions. He has led the development of condition algorithms, asset valuation methods, life cycle prediction analytics, and is passionate about applying this science to close the global infrastructure renewal gap. Ashay has a Directorship at the Asia Pacific Institute of Asset Management, is an adjunct professor of Strategic Asset Management at Bond University, a Bachelor of Engineering (Hons), and is a chartered professional member of the Institution of Engineers Australia.

Justin Marlowe

Justin Marlowe — Moderator

Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Government

Justin Marlowe is a Research Professor at the University of Chicago’s Harris School of Public Policy. His research and teaching are focused on public finance, and he has published five books – including the first open-access textbook on public financial management – and more than 100 articles on public capital markets, infrastructure finance, financial disclosure, public financial technology, and public-private private partnerships. He is an admitted expert witness in federal and state courts, and has served on technical advisory bodies for the State of Washington, the California State Auditor, the Governmental Accounting Standards Board, the National Academy of Sciences, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and many other public, private, and non-profit organizations. Prior to academia he worked in local government in Michigan. He is a Certified Government Financial Manager and an elected Fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration, and he holds a Ph.D. in political science and public administration from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.