The asset and property management department of the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) briefed a delegation from the Dubai Municipality (DM) about its best practices to manage the authority’s assets in a way that matches the best internationally recognised standards.
The meeting was held in RTA’s headquarters in the presence of Adi Omar AlDeesi, RTA’s asset and property Director, and Salem Al-Yusuf, DM’s asset management department’s director, in addition to other officers from both administrations.
AlDeesi welcomed such exchange of visits, which he praised as a reflection of cooperation among Dubai’s governmental agencies.
“It is an opportunity for us to share experience with each other and develop our performance for the one goal of improving work up to the highest standards,” he said stressing on team work as a means to achieving that goal.
The guests were also given detailed presentations on the organisation’s chart along other functions assigned to each department, the adopted strategic principles and the aspired goals. Discussed, also, was the application of Roads and Transport Authority RTA’s asset management system to teams, follow-up committee, application programmes and oversight approaches, in addition to a presentation on the PASS55 international system governing assets and properties and the international accreditation obtained by the RTA.
The department’s prospective plan for standardised development was presented. More info