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Program and Organizational Performance Division, John A. Volpe National Transportation Systems ,Research and Innovative Technology Administration,U.S. Department of Transportation
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In 2005, the Public Works Department of St. John’s County, Florida, conducted a complete review of its business operations, including asset management practices and maintenance operations. The county discovered that 75 percent of maintenance performed was responsive and only 25 percent was proactive. In response to this finding, the Public Works Department began implementing a computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) based on GIS (geographic information systems) that would be used for financial and asset management.

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United States Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Office of Planning
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1302
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Best Practices in Geographic Information Systems-Based Transportation Asset Management
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