The Asset Management Leadership Team (AMLT) has been selected by Central Office and District Deputy Directors and is comprised of Policy level, Executive level, and working professionals in the major business units in both Central and District Offices as illustrated in the pyramid structure to the right. Subcommittees may also exist within the major business units. The leadership team will have the duty to ODOT to provide governance and awareness of its Transportation Asset Management Activities.
Roles and Responsibilities:
- The role of the AMLT is to provide comprehensive oversight for Transportation Asset Management activities within ODOT. This will be done through a collaborative process involving each business representative allowing for input into the asset management initiative both at the business and corporate levels.
- The Executive level will receive recommendations from the AMLT for review and comment before seeking approval from the Policy level. This level is responsible for keeping the AMLT focused on departmental initiatives. This does not take away the Districts ability to conduct its own internal initiatives specific to them, but rather elevate ideas and initiatives that require corporate level backing with the proper vetting to ensure success.
- The Policy level is responsible for approving Executive level recommendations and for setting the guidelines/policies regarding management of our assets. This group will be made up of Assistant Directors and District Deputy Directors.
- There will be 3 sub-groups within the AMLT: 1) GIS group responsible for ensuring that GIS protocols and needs are being elevated in all aspects of TAM activities. 2) Planning group responsible for ensuring that planning needs are being elevated in all aspects of TAM activities. The Planning group will also include representation from the Division of Information Technology 3) Infrastructure group comprised of Design, Maintenance (HMA), Construction, and support functions responsible for ensuring that the Infrastructure Business units’ needs are being elevated in all aspects of TAM activities.