Total Asset Management (TAM) is a strategic approach to physical asset planning and management, whereby an agency aligns its ten-year asset planning with its service delivery priorities and strategies, within the limits of resources available.
TAM policy is part of the overall NSW capital expenditure submission framework also comprising of the procurement policy framework – with business cases and Gateway Reviews – and the commercial policy framework – including Statement of Business Intent, Statement of Corporate Intent, and projects of State Significance.
What is TAM? What is TAM used for? read the TAM in one Page document.
2013-14 TAM requirements (including 2013-14 Data Tables Templates and List of Nominated agencies) can be accessed from Budget Process Agency Information site on TAM
Current TAM key policy and guidance:
Useful related links: