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Primary sources included survey questionnaires and interviews with relevant managers of all business units involved in life cycle asset management within DPW. The population was subdivided into three levels of management Chief Directors, Directors, Deputy Directors. Stratified random sampling identified a total of 30 out of a total population of 80 managers from the four units.

A total of 27 completed questionnaires were received and analysed. Findings The study established that the roles and goals of the different business units are not properly aligned to strategic goals of the department. The asset register in the department was not updated. It is recommended that DPW should ensure that it addresses the gaps in the asset management systems, policies, skills and asset management planning in the department to ensure compliance.

Practical implications. Implementation of the recommendations should contribute to the optimization of the fixed assets owned by the South African government and to service delivery to User Departments.

Australian Department of Treasury, Strategic and operational management of assets. Government of Australia. RSA, Public Finance Management Act Act 1 of Government Printers. South Africa. Asset Management Guidelines for implementing the new economic reporting format. Learners Guide. National Department of Treasury, South Africa. Hashim, Y. Vanier, D.

Wilson, A. Asset Maintenance Management, A guide to developing strategy and improving performance. Oxford: Alden Press. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4. Open Journal Systems. Journal Help. User Login. Notifications View Subscribe. Font Size. Article Tools Print this article. Indexing metadata. How to cite item. Email this article Login required. Email the author Login required. Keywords Asset register, asset management plan, asset strategy, Government Immovable Asset Management Act, immovable assets, life cycle asset management.

Full Text: PDF. References Australian Department of Treasury, South Africa RSA, Pretoria RSA, Hastings, N. Physical Asset Management. London, New York: Springer.


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