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									Capital Planning and Asset
       Management
        Mike Baxter
       Deputy Director
          SGHD
              Overview
•  Introduction
•  Capital Planning and Asset Management
   Division – Structure and Function
•  Capital Overview & Key Issues
•  Asset Management – Audit Scotland
•  Asset Management – What are we doing?
•  Conclusions
              Introduction
•  2008-09 position & review

•  Issues to be addressed

•  Improving key links and relationships
CPAM – Structure and Function
•  New post – Head of Asset Management
•  Why and what’s new?
•  Review and constructive challenge
   function
•  Part of whole systems approach
•  Capital Investment Group – role &
   membership
             Capital Overview
•    Tightening financial position
•    Increasing capital demands
•    Increased focus on delivery
•    What are we delivering?
•    Links to efficiency agenda – levering
     change?
            Capital – Key Issues
•    Frameworks and hub initiative
•    Monitoring and control – physical and financial
•    Gateway Review
•    PPP/ NPD and budgetary position
•    New SCIM – IT’S HERE CEL 19 (2009)
•    Real pressures in 2009/10 and 2010/11
•    Implications for SR10 going forward
•    Use of capital linked to efficiency agenda
     Asset Management – Audit
          Scotland Report
•  Key Recommendations
•  Co-ordination on asset management
   issues
•  Updated Policy Framework
•  Collection of performance information
•  National computer system
•  Momentum of the hub initiative
 Asset Management – Other issues
 raised by Public Audit Committee
•    Asset Information – Equipment condition
•    Post Project Evaluation
•    Vacant Properties
•    Energy Efficiency
•    Procurement and acquisitions
•    Promoting joint strategic planning - hub
Asset Management – What are we
doing about the issues raised? (1)
•  Better co-ordination – links to Property
   Advice Division, Public Sector Reform,
   hub and guidance based on best practice
•  Policy – rewrite of Property Management
   Policy to become Asset Management
   Policy with supporting guidance on
   development of Asset Management
   Strategies and risk based approaches to
   backlog maintenance
Asset Management – What are we
doing about the issues raised? (2)
•  Performance Info – Mandated KPI’s with
   annual data collection and publication,
   Assurance framework being developed
•  National IT system – In procurement
•  Hub initiative – 2 pathfinders (7 NHS
   Boards involved)
•  Equipment condition – data & responses
   to enquiries – raises questions!!!
Asset Management – What are we
doing about the issues raised? (3)
•  PPE – System already in place to track
   PPE’s. SCIM requirements for annual
   reports on delegated schemes as well
•  Vacant properties – discussions re models
   given current climate/ market conditions,
   better tracking of transactions
•  Energy efficiency – HEAT target, carbon
   footprint report, Sustainable Development
   Strategy, Carbon Reduction Grants
              Conclusions
•  Big agenda
•  Co-operation/ collaboration essential to
   deliver
•  Greater focus on capital efficiency/
   delivery
•  Assets – effective management and
   assurance – demonstration of this
•  Risk management
•  Improvement agenda

								
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