Department of Public Works American Samoa Government Pago Pago, American Samoa 96799 FY 2004 Organizational Charts, Goals, Objectives, Actions, and Strategies Department of Public Works FY 2004 General Goals, Objectives, Director P1 American Samoa Government Actions, and Strategies To maintain good Special Asst. work ethics, equal Senior Admin To Director Mission Statement Director’s employment opportunity, Assistant The primary mission of the concepts, Office safe and qualitative work and training Department of Public Works is to The Director’s Office provides performance provide high quality construction techniques, management oversight, assistance and • The general goal of Clerk by the Governor engineering, design, construction support to all the divisions and branches of the Department of (Special) Technical of American management, construction, the department. Specifically, the office Public Works is to Assistant Samoa. maintenance, renovation, and repair develops reviews, and issues policies and provide top quality services of ASG infrastructure, directives to the various divisions of the and professional service delivery to Cross-trains a minimum of 40% of department. The Director’s Office reviews residents and businesses and equipment and facilities throughout employees and approved official department government departments assuring the territory. Within this framework, complete satisfaction. • A massive training program have correspondence, maintains the official been deployed for all divisions of the the Department of Public works correspondence files of outgoing and Department, emphasizing ‘local endeavors to employ incoming mail, and serves as the focal point To increase operation funding from the environmentally sound, culturally training’ preference. This will allow for official requests for department services CIP 2004 Grants, to support the various more participants for training rather sensitive, socially responsible and and information flow. The office provides department goals as proposed. than a few to travel off-island to be cost effective practices in all service direct management oversight of the DPW • We will request the Governor of trained. areas, programs and projects. Spare Parts and Supply and Engineering American Samoa to increase Public Information coordinates activities with local, Works CIP allocation budget for fiscal state and federal officials for the department. year 2004. To ensure that dependable and The Public Works adequate public infrastructure that supports Department is a large and complex The office schedules and coordinates meetings, manages conference facilities and To expand and unify a centralized GIS the existing and future development needs organization comprised of eight database to serve all government of the Territory. provides necessary planning and support divisions: Office Of The Director, services for the DPW Director. departments and emergency services, e.g., • Provide needed capital improvements Finance/Administration, Land & fire/ambulance/etc. to repair or replace obsolete or worn Survey, Civil/Highway, Architectural • The appointment/ out infrastructure facilities, eliminate & Engineering Services, Building selection of the existing deficiencies and meet the Inspection, Maintenance & Governor Department of Public needs of future development and Operation and Manu’a M & O. American Samoa Works to develop and redevelopment. maintain a fully integrated • Maintain and improve existing Public Works Organizational Policy drainage facilities in areas that have Geographic Information is to maintain government property and Facilities Management capacity deficiencies and a history of in a safe and acceptable manner System, to provide flood complaints, while using and support other departments in Director’s Office Computer aided Design generally accepted design criteria for the performance of their daily P1 Dept. of Public support in the latest current and future projects. functions and in emergency technologies, management situations. Admin/Finance/ Land & Civil/ Architectural & Building Maintenance & Manu’a Personnel/MIS Survey Highways Engineering Inspections Operations Maint/Operation P2 P3/4 P5 P6 P7 P8 P9 Continue to improve staff efficiency P2 Administration/Finance/ • Implement increments on a timely by making greater use of computer basis Server 2000 to 2003 Personnel/MIS Division technologies and programs to provide To provide an in-service training • Work with Personnel to develop in- accurate and useful information to project program for all employees to improve house quarterly training program on This Division prepares and enginners: their performance: networking/Windows/Office analyzes the budgetary needs of the • Review available software to handle • Apply for OMIP grant for To provide superior administrative department, reviews the propriety of all transactions Autocad, GIS, and Inspector information system technologies that will purchase requisition and processes them • Create an integrated database of all training permit the implementation of the most accordingly through the ASG procurement Contract Section transactions • Provide in-house Windows/MS cost-effective administration, the best system, tracks expenditures against budget • With Personnel and MIS, coordinate Office/Networking training services to other government agencies for and reconciles them with treasury records, training sessions programs planning and decision making analyzes the performance measures of each • Provide monthly reports to Director To increase quality of communication • Implement motor pool fleet software division and prepares quarterly and project engineers between the Director, Manager, -Bring in trainer to jump start performance reports, as well as other • Monthly reconciliation with supervisors, and employees: implementation regular financial reports as required. In Treasury records • Prepare Organizational Charts for -Implement electronic transfer addition, the Finance/Administration Ensure compliance with local and Divisions interface with handheld device Division processes employees Federal labor laws, equal opportunity • Initiate seminars on correct and -Install report writer add-in recommendations to the DPW Director, policies and affirmative action plans: proper written and oral -Add 2 workstations for data initiates training programs and to provide • Contract employee seminars on communications entry financial and administrative support to all local and Federal laws IT Section • Implement M&O work order DPW divisions in meeting their objectives. Personnel Section To provide a robust and reliable software To ensure that he best qualified technology infrastructure that supports -Additional training on software FY 2004 personnel are recruited and employed the department’s needs. -Add 5 workstations for data Goals, Objectives, according to local and federal laws: • Install wireless network at EOB and entry • Develop recruitment policies and M&O To provide immediate response to Actions, and Strategies technical support on hardware and guidelines • Initiate centralized file storage for Accounting Section • Educate/train personnel staff on all DPW critical files software level and keep server downtime To increase the availability of local and federal hiring laws • Link M&O to the minimum: accurate and useful financial data to aid To provide staff compensation, Administrator and Manu’a • Keep inventory of parts for the administration in planning for the benefits and working environment via VPN immediate computer repairs future. sufficient to attract and retain qualified connection • Additional computer personnel to • Issue monthly financial reports for employees: Division Head I • Upgrade provide tech support Director and Managers • Follow up on reclassification Windows • Regular training programs for IT • Monthly reconciliation with corrections personnel Treasury records • Upgrade accounting software and train MIS Contracts Accounting Personnel accounting personnel Computer Specialist Supervisor Supervisor Senior Admin Asst To de-centralize budget and expense controls to division level Vacant(Tech) Accountant I Admin Asst II Admin Asst II • Provide budget information to divisions To develop performance measures for each division in order to analyze Admin Asst II Clerk (Special) Apprentice II cost effectiveness in future budget preparation. Contracts Section Clerk (Special) Clerk (Special) Apprentice I P3 Land and ASSUMPTIONS realized that the scope of SLID had SLID is confident that the following expanded to provide critical land Survey scenarios will improve utilization of its information so that government and respect in the work place. Create and resources and application of best practices landowners can sustainable manage their maintain outstanding relationship with in the delivery of its tasks and services: land and the resources it provides. staff and clients with customer focus The Lands and Survey provides • Recognizes the need for an interim field survey, mapping and survey review Internal services, respect, competency in service, revision to accommodate any possible well presented and friendly. services for the American Samoa shifts in priority on the part of SLID recognizes the importance of Government. Utilizing the latest technology providing good quality services to its Team Work Promote collective effort, government coordination, participatory approach, open available in the territory, the Land and • That Government policies and stakeholders through strengthening the Survey Division conducts a compliance following areas: communication, and information sharing. strategies will remain the same over Equity Promote and maintain equal review of all official survey documents prior the remaining duration of the plan • Clearly defined functions and to title registration. The division also responsibilities; opportunities for all, neutrality, gender • That stakeholders will continue to be balance and strengthen high staff morality. develops and maintains the official supportive of government programs • Appropriate policies and legislation; Geographical Information System (GIS) for • Streamlining operational systems and Efficiency Concern with doing • Good partnership with other something better through effective land boundaries and maintains the official government agencies, private sector procedures; inventory for government lands, In addition, • Improved levels of accountability, management; sees events as opportunities. and the general public on areas of (Cutting through red tapes to get things the division strives to prove accurate and common interest transparency, and good governance; updated survey information to government • Provision of adequate resources; done). • That the government provide Identity Solidifying one’s sense of and the general public. sufficient resources, monetary, human • Better cooperation amongst divisions, sections and individuals within PWD belonging and affiliation as a foundation of and physical,to implement activities pride and identity and, which forms the and other Government agencies • Setting priorities in line with basis for strengthening working relations FY 2004 MANDATE and teamwork. available resources Goals, Objectives, SLID through the Asst. Director, is the Self-respect Conscious of and government contact for all required External adherence to prevailing social principles Actions, and Strategies surveying work. Its role on ensuring the that encompass strict observations of The external factors and conditions professionalism of the professional is that may affect the achievement of SLID sanctioned conduct, customary rituals and INTRODUCTION recognized made reference to Registration norms and, beliefs and values of which objectives include: Duplication of services This planning statement to provide a for Professional Surveyors (AMLIS) together forms a basis of enhancing one’s by other government agencies on areas of mission, a management plan and an within SLID, extends its mandate as being self-development and utmost dignity. common interest; Support and indicative budget required to implement the focal point on all cadastral data and coordination from other line ministries; the proposed management plan. The any GIS data generated by the division. Sharing of and access to information; MANAGEMENT PLAN management plan demonstrates a While it is generally accepted that SLID Policies to be consistent with the This management plan provides a consolidation of the Division’s through the Asst. Director as the Government key strategic outcomes logical framework for achieving the responsibilities and the continuing focus mandatory agency for all land surveys and objectives of the Planning Statement on more effective regulatory systems and cadastral work, it had been realized that is ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE within the specified timeframe. The plan efficient service delivery. It is envisage not well reflect on in any act or regulation. The division aims at providing high is arranged so that the outcomes to meet that this planning statement will set the It critical that this role and recognition be quality services through the adoption of the objectives are in harmony with the scene of a corporate plan for SLID which legally in place to support all governments the following key principles and values annual budget. presents 3 years planning horizon on the and community development efforts where maintain good governance, be fully proposed structure and roles of the this service is required. accountable for their professional behavior KEY PRIORITY division. and total transparency: Key areas along with other ongoing The statement is geared to enhance OPERATING ENVIRONMENT Quality Management Efficient and activities that SLID would be earmarking understanding of the division that will SLID is currently operating under the effective services and products; critically within the proposed budget are as follows: enhance the focus and further improve umbrella of the DPW, Provision of survey assessing the degree of achievements • It requires a full review of relevant understanding amongst staff on the roles services for works program had been the against desired standards, demonstrating a regulation and rules that should and responsibility of SLID in serving the key role of SLID. In the past decade, the total quality approach in own work and in provide a Mandate for SLID through interest of all stakeholders. physical pressure on land as a resource for dealing with others. the Asst. Director as the key agency for development and improvement had Professional IntegrityTake pride in approval and consent for all survey your work; humility in services and Land and Survey...continued and workflow. Survey Mission Statement: Surveying, and particulary that area Objectives: Develop cadastre Data-Base Registry Catagorize cadastral guidelines P4 work on behalf of Government. It called land surveying, and its related Develop a computer registers for Objectives: would require Funding for a legal function of boundary has been closely tied freehold land Act as a searcher, Real Estate Titles personnel. in to the progress of civilization. Develop interest registers for leases, Contacting property owners • The growth in technology and its Boundaries have played and still do play other interests that freehold Draw up necessary documents to administration requirements confirms an important part in each person’s life. Develop a computer registers for contact property owners the need for an allocation to fund Boundaries are necessary to delineated the communal land and individual own Examines agreements and documents consultancy services on an ad hoc area extent of interest and estates in land land, etc. to detech errors and omissions in legal basis. and the resultant obligation of ownership. Develop partnership with Registrar of form and procedures Mission Statement: Boundaries in and of themselves function Land Titles to develop a Data-Base Standardized procedures To develop and implement best as a dividing lines, commencing at the in Lands Registry Files approved grants and related practice in Land Surveying and Spatial lowly property line between contiguous Computerize all Lands Registry correspondence Data Management in our Land Information neighbors or farms that are guarded by Provide technical services to support System (LIS) and Geographical simple fence separating the two national the sustainable infrastructure project of Information System (GIS) is to provides a and international boundaries guarded by ASG and Federal Government comprehensive computer services that armies. Therefore our mission is to Documentation of all right of way land include defining information needs and develop the new technology we have acquisition translating those need requirements into access to, to modify our new system of computer programs, administering network surveying, and develop a methodology to systems hardware and software, and upgrade all cadastral survey, leases, computer room operations. Those two freehold, communal land, individual land systems also provides a help desk service, and right of way survey, court claimed, and Assist. Director Assist. Director together with application support and a anything pertaining to land and etc. wide range of training programs,a citizens Provide new survey equipment to meet action lines, a geographic system, Land new technology challenge. Division Head Division Head STAFF STAFF Information System, and imaging of Admin. Assistant Admin. Assistant GPS Specialisrt GPS Specialisrt records and documents, in order to develop Clerk Typist Clerk Typist a spatial data management. Objectives: Create functions to download data from the server to a spreadsheet and train SURVE3Y SECTION GIS SECTION SURVE3Y SECTION GIS SECTION users to do it. Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Supervisor Address and implement server security issues for accessing files from the PC. Improve network data backup system performance and reduce length of run time. Chief Computer Chief Computer GIS Analyst GIS Analyst Chief Computer Chief Computer Chief Surveyor Chief Surveyor Draftsman Draftsman Programmer Programmer Draftsman Draftsman Reduce workload on main server and improved performance on network. Computer Draftsman Computer Draftsman Application Application Computer Draftsman Computer Draftsman Analyze and develop new application Staff Surveyor Staff Surveyor Technician II Technician II Analyst Programmer Analyst Programmer Technician II Technician II projects as requested. Complete photo control survey, Computer Draftsman Computer Draftsman Operation Operation Computer Draftsman Computer Draftsman Surveyor Surveyor planimetric mapping, digitizing maps, and Technician II Technician Technician Technician Technician II Technician orthophoto production. Develop standards for indexing and Technician III Technician III Technician III Technician III Operation Support Operation Support Data Processor Data Processor Coordinator Coordinator destruction of documents. Implement computer output laser disk, document capture, forms processing Technician II Technician II P5 Civil/ Highways Goals: Responsibilities: Enhance accessibility for all roadway The Civil/Highways Division is Division users; primarily responsible for the following Provide exceptional customer service; duties: Environmental Excellence: We The Civil/Highway Division of the Improve safety for all roadway users. • Planning and Design, conduct our business activities in a manner Department of Public Works is committed to • Materials testing, that respects American Samoa’s natural serve the community by building and Methods used to achieve goals shall • Fiscal programming and cost and historic resources. repairing the territorial highways, secondary be, but not limited to: accounting, Action and Accountability: We know roads and connecting roads in order to • develop and train qualified personnel • Public Transportation Planning what our job is and we do it. If we have a provide for the publics’ safety, design and to provide quality service to ensure Division Values question, we ask. We are willing to stand build roads for the uninterrupted traffic flow safe and comparable transportation Truth, Trust and Teamwork: By up for our actions and to accept of public and commercial vehicles and system; always seeking and telling the truth, we responsibility for them. DThe Highway Division of the Department • build and equip a certified materials create trust. Trust fosters true teamwork, Results and Respect: We take action of Public Works in committed to serve the laboratory; with all of us pulling our share and sharing to produce results and measure our community by building and repairing the • update design and construction out talents. progress. By producing results, we earn, territorial highways, secondary roads and standards on a consistent basis; Safety and Security: Safety will never gain, and retain respect of customers and connecting roads in order to provide for the • establish building blocks to obtain be compromised. Security of our people partners. publics’ safety. Design and build roads for higher degree of efficiency and and our assets must never be taken for the uninterrupted traffic flow of public and accountability in operations, as well as granted. commercial vehicles and develops highway service to the public; infrastructure for local commerce, foster • upgrade and improve territorial-wide social and industrial growth with roads drainage systems. constructed for future needs.The mission of the Civil/Highways Division is to serve Asst. Director the public by providing a transportation ADMININSTRATIVE STAFF ADMININSTRATIVE STAFF system and services that emphasize ASSISTANT (PE) ASSISTANT (PE) Administrative Assist. II Administrative Assist. II quality, safety, cost effectiveness, (VACANT) Administrative Assist II (VACANT) Administrative Assist II economic vitality, sensitivity to the Clerk II Clerk II environment, at the same time preserving the unique culture and landscape of American Samoa CONSTRUCTION/ CONSTRUCTION/ LABORATORY SERVICE LABORATORY SERVICE DESIGN SERVICES DESIGN SERVICES SUPERVISOR SUPERVISOR FY 2004 Goals, Objectives, Technician III Technician III Technician II Technician II Engineer III Engineer III Engineer II Engineer II Engineer II Engineer II Engineer II Engineer II (vacant) (vacant) Actions, and Strategies Vision: Engineer II Engineer II Engineer II Engineer II Engineer II Engineer Construction Surveyor Construction Surveyor Create a safer highway system, (vacant) (vacant) (vacant) (vacant) (vacant) (vacant) (vacant) (vacant) enhance the highway environment and improve the overall quality of transportation service for American Samoa. Further, to represent a practical approach INSPECTORS INSPECTORS to transportation that is consistent with and reflects the demands and expectations citizen’s place on local government. Sr. Adm. Assist. Technician III Technician II Technician II Technician II Technician II Architectural and Engineering FY 2004 Goals, Objectives, To Introduce Quality Project Management System P6 Actions, and Strategies • A project quality manual is to be produce by the office quality group The Architectural Engineering (A/ To recruit a Registered Architect within the year. E) is to become the primary force in • An Architect is required to establishing the highest quality built compliment the present design team. To provide training in the use of the environment in American Samoa. The A/E new Software Auto Desk Building Division protects the safety of the citizens by To successfully complete all the CIP Electrical and Mechanical programs for the enforcing the Uniform Building Code and projects ongoing professional development for other laws of the territory for all buildings. • A & E is expected to be involved in a A&E staff members. In addition, the A/E Division provides wide variety of building projects • Trainer from AutoDesk shall run a design and construction management during the course of the next year. two weeks seminar series for the new services for government projects, and products that will be introduced this updates the public on the best and safest To provide training of A & E staff in year. building design and technologies. A primary AutoCAD and Project Management. goal of the A/E Division is to provide • It is proposed that a trainer from off appropriate, cost effective and safe island shall be brought in to train in government facilities for employees and the the use of Autodesk products and general public through the design, and Project Management. implementation of capital improvement building projects, facilities maintenance and Assistant Director Assistant Director renovation services. The division will Associate A.I.A. Associate A.I.A. continually strive for improvement in methods and results to better serve the DIVISION HEAD Architect (A.I.A.) DIVISION HEAD Architect (A.I.A.) citizens of the territory. (vacant) (vacant) SECRETARY // CLERK SECRETARY CLERK ADMINISTRATIVE ASSIST. ADMINISTRATIVE ASSIST. (vacant) (vacant) ARCHITECTURAL ARCHITECTURAL PLAN REVIEW PLAN REVIEW CONSTRUCTION CONSTRUCTION & ENGINEERING & ENGINEERING DRAFTI DRAFTI Engineering Technician IV Engineering Technician IV MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT // DESIGN DESIGN A & E/ DESIGN A & E/ DESIGN MANAGERS MANAGERS Electrical Engineer Electrical Engineer Engr. Tech. IV Engr. Tech. IV (Engineers) (Engineers) A & E/ DESIGN A & E/ DESIGN Structural Engineer Structural Engineer Engr. Tech. IV Engr. Tech. IV Engr. Tech. III Engr. Tech. III A & E/ DESIGN A & E/ DESIGN Structural Engineer Structural Engineer Engr. Tech. IV Engr. Tech. IV Engr. Tech. II Engr. Tech. II A & E/ DESIGN A & E/ DESIGN Mechanical Engineer Mechanical Engineer SPECIFICATION WRITER SPECIFICATION WRITER Engr. Tech. IV Engr. Tech. IV Engr. Tech. II Engr. Tech. (vacant) (vacant) URBAN PLANNER URBAN PLANNER (vacant) (vacant) P7 Building To train and certify all inspectors for To provide uniforms, safety gears, and structural, plumbing, and electrical official ID badges Inspections inspection • The inspection of federal projects has possession of a communication device • Application for a training grant will resulted in great alarm. The inspectors in order to communicate with the main The Building Inspection Division office, in cases of emergencies and be submitted to the CIP committee and were not allowed on job sites, because provides effective and efficient building other related work responsibilities. to be funded by the OMIP program. they couldn’t provide valid inspection services for the territory of This will enable the inspectors to identifications and safety gears. American Samoa. Structural, electrical, perform complex and sensitive mechanical, and emergency inspections building inspections in more than one To provide vehicles and performed by the Building Inspection specialty area. communication devices for the inspectors Division are carried out in accordance with Uniform Building Code (UBC), and applicable federal and local regulations that • Due to limited personnel, it is To purchase a computer ‘building necessary for an inspector to maintain apply to construction. In addition, it is the control system’ program an average of 8 projects per month. responsibility of the division to inspect and issue stop and condemnation notices for Therefore, each inspector must have a • A computer program that will enable vehicle to travel to each of these structures in violation of building codes and the inspector to document inspections, locations. In addition, they must be in regulations, and certificates of occupancy for code violation procedures, and structures constructed to approve standards. maintain accurate records and files. The Building Inspection Division is also Asst. Director Asst. Director responsible for developing territorial policy and procedures as they related to DIVISION HEAD DIVISION HEAD construction requirement. The Building Inspection Division functions are designed to (vacant) (vacant) ADMINISTIVE ASSIST. II ADMINISTIVE ASSIST. II ADMINISTIVE ASSIST. II ADMINISTIVE ASSIST. ensure buildings in the territory meet compliance standards so as to enhance the overall safety of the public. SUPERVISOR SUPERVISOR SUPERVISOR SUPERVISOR (PRIVATE SECTOR PROJECTS) (PRIVATE SECTOR PROJECTS) (GOVERNMEN PROJECTS) (GOVERNMEN PROJECTS) FY 2004 Goals, Objectives, BUILDING INSPECTOR III BUILDING INSPECTOR III BUILDING INSPECTOR II BUILDING INSPECTOR II Actions, and Strategies To provide minimum standards to BUILDING INSPECTOR II BUILDING INSPECTOR II TECHNICIAN III TECHNICIAN III safeguard life, health, property, and public welfare BUILDING INSPECTOR II BUILDING INSPECTOR II BUILDING INSPECTOR II BUILDING INSPECTOR II • By regulating and controlling the design, construction, quality of materials, use of occupancy, location BUILDING INSPECTOR II BUILDING INSPECTOR II BUILDING INSPECTOR II BUILDING INSPECTOR II (vacant) and maintenance of all buildings and (vacant) structures within the jurisdiction of the Building Inspection Division. BUILDING INSPECTOR BUILDING INSPECTOR BUILDING INSPECTOR II BUILDING INSPECTOR II (vacant) (vacant) BUILDING INSPECTOR BUILDING INSPECTOR BUILDING INSPECTOR BUILDING INSPECTOR (vacant) (vacant) (vacant) (vacant) P8 Maintenance and a. Operations small and commercial vehicles. These This new internal service division tow trucks will provide off-road Operations maintains all machines and heavy services and towing of illegally used • To repair and maintain street lights equipment of the division. Machines and vehicles by the departments. • To install speed bump as heavy equipment operators will be the To justify the annual fuel budget recommended The Maintenance and Operation integral part of thjis grup and their decrease for FY2004. • To plant trees along roadside Division provides effective and efficient assignments will be based on daily • Due to the decrease of the fuel budget • To cut weeds and grass along maintenance services for government schedules. additional activities include for FY2004 by 25%, the reduction of roadside facilities and equipment. The division determining machine and heavy equipment fuel coupon allocation to departments d. Building Maintenance & Construction; provides emergency services whenever requirements, performing preventive will be in affect. This branch is tasked with public safety is compromised. In addition, maintenance and repairs and disposing of c. Road Maintenance; construction of many buildings required to the division provides personnel to carry out surplus equipment. This branch provides for safe facilitate the operations of the other special projects for government. Whenever b. Motor Pool; vehicular and pedestrian passage departments of the government. They are feasible, the division supports local This branch will provide for vehicle throughout the territory. The road activities also responsible for structural, mechanical, community projects where the interest of the and equipment management and concentrate on providing safe and plumbing, and electrical maintenance, general public is clearly advanced. Working maintenance. Activities include comfortable road surface conditions including repairs to buildings, systems, within the framework of a streamlined determining fleet requirements in through resurfacing, asphalt overlaying, and general areas such as painting, organizational structure, the division collaboration with departments; preparing pavement reinforcement, and base repair. cabinetry construction and floor tile, too identifies maintenance needs and funding specifications for acquisition; performing Other road activities include the following; name a few. requirements while incorporating innovative preventive maintenance and repairs to the • To keep the roads clean • Complete the Solaita Baseball Field and planning techniques for the provision of fleet; providing fuel; and disposing of • To keep the roads in good condition project reliable, high quality, cost effective surplus equipment. by repairing cracks and potholes • Complete the sub-division of the maintenance and responsive emergency To provide new, improve technology, • To clean street inlets, M&O building services in the territory. and networking programs. catch basins and lines that Maintenance To provide training and certification. connect inlets to the Operation To purchase equipment and tools interceptor storm sewer Asst. Director Mech. Maint. FY 2004 • The Analyzer machine, to diagnose Specialist Goals, Objectives, vehicles problems, can be very cost Division Head Admin. Control Actions, and Strategies effective not only in auto parts but Staff Services vehicle down-time. OTC Diagnose There is no question that as population scanner and Dual Trace Oscilloscope are just some of the equipment needs. Bldg. Maint. & grows, so does the number of Operation Motor Pool Road Maint. Construction To purchase 5000(2) Gallons Gas Branch Supervisor Supervisor infrastructure development, increase of Supervisor vehicles and maintenance services. Tanks for gasoline and diesel storage • Emphasis in training, technical • The existing tank capacity is 3000 Equipt. Vehicle gals. and is filled three times a week to Seawall Plumbing assistance, information automation, Operators Inv / Contr. workforce certification and properly accommodate a purchase order total. equipped with tools and equipment are This causes delay in payments to the Heavy Equipt. Fuel Drainage Electric priority areas. vendors and the distribution of • The annual budget for the division coupons to the departments. Machine Vehicle Pav / Conc Carpenters Shop Inspectors Maint. should be increased to some reasonable To provide monitoring system at the amount to take care of its expenses and gas pump station Heavy Equipt. Legend/Curve Fleet Maint. Painting to be equipped with essential tools and • A high-tech gas pump must be install Mechanics Painting other means for carrying out its with capability of pumping the exact Road functions and responsibilities. amount of gasoline desire. Mechanics Signs Sheet Metal • Salaries for the employees should be To purchase tow trucks for adjusted to be commensurate with the government vehicles. Body Shop Welders work they are performing rather than • We will apply through CIP for a grant the length of their employment. to fund the purchase of tow trucks for Grounds- keepers Manu’a Maintenance & Operations shipment. In addition, we believe that if the fuel shipment can be administered by Public Works, it To provide training opportunities for all employees. Public Works holiday. P9 would not only be cost effective but it would eliminate the continuous fuel • There is a definite need for some • We are proposing to the Director of The Manu’a Maintenance and shortage on our end. training programs and seminars to Public Works that “Labor Day” maybe Operation Division provides effective an educate our work utilize as a memorial efficient maintenance and landscaping force with the new day for all the Laborers services for government facilities. In To increase and improve the inventory of equipment, tools and vehicles. technology of today. Manu’a of the department. That addition, the division provides emergency services whenever public safety is • The recent inventory of equipment, Training programs to regain, restore, Operation the Public Works employees should compromised. Whenever feasible, the division supports local community projects tools and vehicles conducted by the and refresh their Asst. Director celebrate this holiday main office can provide evident to the knowledge. together with their where the interest of the general public is fact of this request. Example: Because families and friends. clearly advanced. Working within the of no crane or forklift, we have to “Labor Day” as framework of a streamlined organizational unload the cargo by hand from the boat a Department of Assistant structure, the division identifies maintenance on to the flatbed truck, and off-load GM needs and funding requirements while again at its destination. This is time incorporating innovative management and consuming and very strenuous on our planning techniques for the provision of elderly workers. reliable, high quality, cost effective maintenance and responsive emergency To secure the perimeters of operation services in the Manu’a Islands. compound in Ta’u and Ofu. Ta’u Operation Ofu Operation Branch Branch • Both locations are in need of fencing FY 2004 Manager Manager around its compound perimeters for Goals, Objectives, security and safety of personnel and Actions, and Strategies properties. To increase the manpower for both To secure emergency communication Admin. Admin. Ta’u and Ofu. equipment for Ta’u and Ofu. Assist. Assist. • In the past, we had a total of 55 • Past experience have proven the employees. We are currently operating importance of having these equipment with 30 employees. This has been a for Ta’u and Ofu incase of emergency. stressful situation in trying to schedule If possible, they can also improve our Facility Facility work assignments without adequate communication on daily operation Maint. Maint. manpower, not mention the safety for matters. (Maybe a short-wave radio) the workers. We have vacant positions in our budget and would request that To develop a community awareness we fill them immediately. program for Tutuila viewing. Road Maint. Road Maint. To improve the processing and • Filming of on-going and completed /Construct. /Construct. transportation of materials, supplies, and projects of Manu’a can be broadcast in fuel. the evening for Territorial residents viewing. This community awareness • The processing procedures must be program can also justify our revise to allow immediate release of accomplishments here in Manu’a with Equipment Equipment goods for ample time to prepare for great sense of pride in our Department of Public Works. Maint. Maint.
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