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Using Automated Work Orders and GIS to Enforce SOP's, Best Practices, and Compliance with State SSO Requirements

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Since the decline of the federal CMOM initiative, individual states have developed their own SSO programs. Translating the content of these programs into day to day operations and maintenance activities that can be audited, reported against, and measured can be an overwhelming task. While there is no one size fits all approach to implementing an asset management system, state level SSO programs can provide clear requirements for utilities to meet. These requirements, especially when combined with industry standards like PACP, can form a logical and pragmatic approach to asset management system implementation that is inherently right sized for the organization. We present a case study built from the California Regional Water Quality Control Board's order number 2006-0003, “Statewide General Waste Discharge Requirements for Sanitary Sewer Systems”, 2006.
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Keywords: Asset Management System; Business Logic; Business Process; CMOM; GIS; SSO; Work Order

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2009-01-01

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