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Virtual One day Course on Government Asset Management: Life Cycle Cost (LCC) - Rescheduled from 10 June 2024)
Venue: Digital Platform
Date & Time: 24 Jun 2024 (9:00 AM - 5:00 PM) Closed
CPD: 6
Closing Date Before: 21-Jun-2024 (Subject to change based on availability of seat)
Organised By Special Interest Group - Public Sector Engineers (PSESIG)

SYNOPSIS

Asset management is a critical aspect of governmental financial management and deserves prioritization by agencies. The government places significant emphasis on asset management due to the substantial investments made in infrastructure development and asset provision. Systematic, comprehensive, and integrated asset management is imperative to align with the continuous improvement policy of the public sector service delivery system. Government assets represent the nation's investments and must be managed meticulously. Inefficiencies in asset management can burden the finances, tarnish the government's reputation, impact service quality and efficiency, safety, and user satisfaction.

Government assets that require management encompass: 1. Immovable Government Assets, 2. Movable Government Assets, 3. Stock and Inventory Assets, 4. Intangible Assets and 5. Living Assets

Efficiently managed government assets can aid the government in optimal and effective expense management, in line with the Government Asset Management Policy (DPAK), Comprehensive Asset Management Manual (MPAM), Government Immoveable Asset Management Procedures (TPATA), and Ministry of Finance Malaysia Treasury Circulars (PP). This necessitates competent government officials and a comprehensive strategy to manage government assets in accordance with internationally recognized best practices.

The management of immoveable assets should be a top priority for agencies. This is crucial to provide suitable and adequate workplaces, ensuring the effective delivery of services according to their respective functions. The objective of immoveable government asset management is to provide complete asset information for development planning and usage control of immoveable assets (space, energy, resources, costs, etc.), ensuring efficient operation and maintenance to enhance asset longevity and yield a high return on government investment.


SPEAKER BIODATA

Ir. Ts. Dr. Mohamad Adzizulrohim Abd Malek, an experienced Mechanical Engineer, holds the position of Senior Engineer at JKR and serves as the department's subject matter expert in Asset Management, Facility Management, Life Cycle Costing (LCC), and Total Asset Management.

With a career spanning from January 2003, Dr. Adzizul has worked in various government departments and agencies, including the Public Works Department (JKR) (Head Office & States), the Ministry of Education Malaysia, the Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia, and the Ministry of Finance Malaysia.

His extensive teaching experience of 13 years commenced in 2011 when he joined the Building Facility Maintenance Division (BSFB) at JKR Malaysia. Since then, he has regularly conducted seminars and lectures on Government Asset Management Policy (DPAK) and Comprehensive Asset Management Manual (MPAM). He is also well-versed in topics related to Life Cycle Costing (LCC) and Total Asset Management.

Dr. Adzizul holds a Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM), a Master's degree in Engineering Management from the Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM), and a Doctor of Philosophy (Asset & Facilities Management) from the Universiti Malaya (UM). He is a certified Professional Engineer (PEPC C114000) and an ASEAN Chartered Professional Engineer (ACPE NO:02784). Additionally, he is a Technologies Member of the Institution of Engineers Malaysia (IEM) with membership No. 121848 and also the HRDF Trainer with certificate no 13270.


Limited to 93 participants only (first come basis) and confirmation email will be sent for successful registration latest by 15 June 2024 @ 5.00 PM


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HONORARY FELLOW 225.00 200.00
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DISTINGUISHED MEMBER 225.00 200.00
SENIOR MEMBER 225.00 200.00
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