ISO Survey on Asset Management and Public Policy
Thank you for volunteering to take part in this survey, which is being conducted by the International Organization for Standardization’s Technical Committee no. 251 (ISO/TC 251).

ISO/TC 251 is planning to develop a new International Standard entitled “ISO 55011 Asset management - Guidance for developing public policy to support good asset management”. The survey is intended to provide input into the development process, and specifically to:

1. Gather input from public policy authorities on the challenges they face relating to the delivery of public services;
2. Determine if those who develop, administer, and/or influence the formation of public policy can benefit from guidance that may enhance their existing public policy, facilitating the realization of maximum value from their infrastructure; and
3. Obtain input on what type of guidance would help promote or enable asset management, especially related to specific public policy instruments or applicable public policy documents.

There are 12 questions and this questionnaire will take approximately 15 minutes to complete on average.

If you have any comments or questions about the survey, please send them to the ISO/TC251 Committee Manager at charles.corrie@bsigroup.com.

You will NOT be contacted for any sales or marketing activity as a result of having taken part in this survey.

DATA PROTECTION

By participating to this survey, you agree that your personal data will be shared with ISO.

This means that your name and other contact details will be processed by ISO and may be shared with ISO Members for the purpose indicated above. This survey does not collect any sensitive data and all user survey data will be deleted upon the publication of the ISO 55011 Survey Report in the first quarter of 2021. All responses will be kept strictly confidential, and no responses will be attributed to any individual or organization.

For more information on ISO’s privacy policy, please visit: https://www.iso.org/privacy-and-copyright.html.
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