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|Title:||Implementing ADAC: Key Considerations for your Organization|
|Publisher:||Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia Queensland|
|Abstract:||The ADAC (Asset Design As Constructed) process has now been in use for over 10 years. Conceived as a tool to assist Councils and Utilities with the registration of donated infrastructure assets, it has continued to mature with a new wave of agencies now becoming part of a growing consortium across Australia. Bundaberg Regional Council has recently implemented ADAC within its organisation and is now part of this consortium. Through taking a measured and well-planned approach to ADAC’s introduction it was able to manage change for both its internal and external stakeholders. More specifically, careful consideration was given to both the internal technical systems and policy related matters, as well as addressing the necessary communications and impacts on external parties responsible for the ongoing provision of ADAC data files. While still at an early stage, the organisation has already recognised benefits in processing efficiencies and data quality and is continuing to fine-tune systems and work practices. It is also managing the legislative process to give ADAC its authority. This paper highlights the key areas and requirements to be addressed in the implementation of the ADAC process within a typical small to medium sized Council while providing an insight into how these demands have been dealt with in this particular circumstance.|
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