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The National Infrastructure Maintenance Strategy In Support Of ASGISA and Government Growth Objectives

Author: Department of Public Works, CSIR CIDB
Organisation: Department of Public Works, CSIR CIDB
Publish Date: July 2007
Country: South Africa
Sector: Development
Method: Creative thinking
Theme: Infrastructure
Type: Report
Language: English
Tags: Infrastructure, Maintenance, Provincial roads, Health and education facilities, National government, Municipalities, Water boards, Water resources, ACSA, Transnet, Telkom

The National Infrastructure Maintenance Strategy will promote sound maintenance of infrastructure and facilities across the whole of the public sector, and set parameters for all public sector institutions to perform against. These measures include strengthening the maintenance regulatory and governance framework, requiring infrastructure asset management planning and linking this to budgets, assisting institutions to develop the required maintenance management capacity, developing the maintenance industry, and monitoring progress and feeding this into a process of continuous improvement.
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