This tool allows Idaho utilities to enter financial information (revenue, expenses, assets and liabilities) and provides an assessment of financial health.
This manual provides guidance for the management of water utilities, including board organization and management, financial and technical operation.
As we move beyond the basics of asset management, we will briefly revisit the overall thought-process of asset management during the first part of this training, focusing more specifically on more advanced concepts related to level of service.
Table that allows a utility to prioritize Level of Service Goals.
Guide for potential Level of Service Goals that can be adopted by a utility as well as a tool to show how the goals can be measured.
Asset Management is a process that allows a water or wastewater system to better manage its assets and improve the workday for its employees. It helps improve efficiency and reduce unplanned, reactionary activities in favor of more planned, proactive work. This virtual training module will provide an in-depth and more advanced overview of life cycle costing, and how it can be utilized in assessing risk and capital planning.