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    August 13, 2011
    FRM Master Component List Review S: 19 Aug 2011
    Working with Elliot Ng, Paris Embree is serving as HQ POC leading development of Asset Management processes/tools for Flood Risk Management infrastructure.

    She and the team have developed the attached Flood Risk Management (FRM) Master Component List proposed for the Prototype FRM Asset Management Tool. It includes what should be a comprehensive breakdown of FRM type projects into 21 systems, divided into 65 subsystems, and further divided into 802 components. When conducting an operational condition assessment, the project components associated with that specific project system are reviewed and their physical condition is documented.

    Paris and her team want to ensure that the correct level of detail is included in this listing. Please review, or ensure review by appropriate staff, the attached listing and provide any recommended changes direct to Paris at by COB 19 August 2011.

    If you have any questions, please contact Paris or your Regional Asset Managers may also assist.

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