Asset Management Branch
Asset management as a function is a series of coordinated activities that balance cost, risk and performance in the pursuit of organisational objectives to meet customer and community outcomes. Transport’s organisational objectives are outlined in the Transport Administration Act 1988. The Transport Outcomes describe the results we are seeking to achieve for customers, communities, and the people of NSW, and the primary purpose for which we administer and invest public resources.
Transport develops outcome-focused strategies and plans that provide a clear roadmap to deliver these results. Asset management is essential for making appropriate and well-considered whole of lifecycle decisions, to achieve these outcomes.
Technical Supplier Assurance
The TSA Framework outlines arrangements for the development, implementation and management of technical outcomes for transport assets.
The TSA Framework is supported by the Technically Assured Organisation (TAO) Scheme that has replaced the AEO Framework.
If you are interested in becoming recognised as a Technically Assured Organisation details of the application process are available here.
If you are already recognised as a TAO, details related to surveillance and scope expansion applications can be found here.
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Entities that have completed step 2 of the assessment process are recognised as being qualified for assessment and are listed here.
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