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Enterprise Asset Management Customer Utility Board

Meeting Schedule & Materials

Unless rescheduled, EAM CUB meetings will occur on the second Wednesday of each month.

All meetings will be held from 1-3 p.m. at the Somerville Bldg (775  Court St, Salem), Large Conference Room.


07-09-2014 Agenda 1-3 p.m.
Somerville Bldg, Large Conference Room
775 Court St, Salem
1-3 p.m.
Somerville Bldg, Large Conference Room
775 Court St, Salem
05-14-2014_Agenda 1-3 p.m.
State Data Center, Room 104
530 Airport Rd SE, Salem


​04-09-2014 ​​CANCELLED Materials
03-12-2014 Agenda ​1-3 p.m.
State Data Center, Room 104
530 Airport Rd SE, Salem
02-12-2014 Agenda ​​1-3 p.m.
State Data Center, Room 104
530 Airport Rd SE, Salem
​12-11-2013 Agenda ​1-3 p.m.
State Data Center, Room 104
530 Airport Rd SE, Salem

Scheduled meetings: ​

Materials Archive

05-14-2014     06-11-2014     07-09-2014      08-13-2014      09-10-2014      10-08-2014

11-12-2014     12-10-2014

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News & Alerts



Rate-setting activity started this past summer. CUB members broke into two different rate groups, each in charge of reviewing current methodologies and providing recommendations for 2015-17 rates for various programs:

  • Group 1: Uniform rent (Operations, Maintenance) and Project Management rates
  • Group 2: Fleet and Parking, Surplus and Real Estate rates

All customer agencies, not just agencies with customer board representatives, are encouraged to participate in the 2015-17 rate-setting work that is currently underway.

  • Guests are welcome at any subgroup meeting where representatives analyze rates and prepare recommendations to the EAM CUB. If you are interested in attending an upcoming subgroup meeting, contact Kelli Anne Rodrigues.
  • Attend the November or December CUB meetings to hear subgroup recommendations about rates and share your opinions with the CUB. The November CUB meeting will include review and approval of subgroup recommendations for changes to existing rate methodologies for Surplus Property, and investments in the Fleet & Parking Services program.

Service Level Agreements

After eight months of work, the EAM CUB in September approved final Service Level Agreement documents for Fleet & Parking Services, and Surplus Property. These SLAs include a service catalog describing each of the services offered by the programs. They also include metrics and service level expectations, established jointly between DAS and its customers, to track program performance in the service delivery areas that matter most to customers.
Each program will publish quarterly performance reports comparing actual performance data against the performance targets agreed upon for each metric. Quarterly reports will include other information such as a description of any performance complaints received in the previous quarter. The first quarterly performance reports are scheduled to be published in November 2013.


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Rate Information

Visit the rate development page for information related to 2015-17 rates: http://www.oregon.gov/DAS/CUB/Pages/eam/ratedev.aspx.


Current Price List for Enterprise Asset Management services (pdf)

Charges and user fees published here as included in the Price List of Goods and Services, are aimed at providing state agencies with a starting point for developing 2013-15 agency budgets. According to the budgeting instructions defined by the Office of the CFO, Price List information should be used by each agency to calculate Essential Package 031 and to estimate the cost of policy packages. Price List charges and user fees are subject to change as the budget requests of DAS and other contributing agencies may be altered during the development of the Governor’s Recommended Budget and the Legislatively Adopted Budget.

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Service Level Agreements

Overview >>

Maintenance Services - Service Level Agreement3/12/2014
Operations Services - Service Level Agreement3/12/2014
Fleet and Parking Services - Service Level Agreement9/11/2013
Surplus Property - Service Level Agreement9/11/2013
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Performance Reports

 Overview >>

collapse Quarter : October - December 2013 ‎(2)
2013Q4 Fleet and Parking SLA Quarterly Performance Report
2013Q4 Surplus Property SLA Quarterly Performance Report
collapse Quarter : July - September 2013 ‎(2)
2013Q3 Fleet and Parking SLA Quarterly Performance Report
2013Q3 Surplus Property SLA Quarterly Performance Report
collapse Quarter : January - March 2014 ‎(4)
2014Q1 Fleet Parking SLA Quarterly Performance Report
2014Q1 Maintenance SLA Quarterly Performance Report
2014Q1 Operations SLA Quarterly Performance Report
2014Q1 Surplus SLA Quarterly Performance Report
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If you have questions regarding the CUB, please feel free to contact any CUB member.

Marc Williams, ChairDepartment of JusticeMarc.D.Williams@state.or.us
Ryan Vogt, Vice-chairDepartment of Human ServicesRyan.Vogt@state.or.us
Jason BarberDepartment of AgricultureJason.M.Barber@state.or.us
Gene BentleyReal Estate AgencyGene.Bentley@state.or.us
Debbie ColbertOregon Department of Fish & WildlifeDebbie.L.Colbert@state.or.us
James ComstockJudicial DepartmentJames.B.Comstock@state.or.us
Jim HoughLocal Government Representativejimhough@minetfiber.com
Randy IsaacLegislative AdministrationRandy.Isaac@state.or.us
Clyde SaikiOregon Department of TransportationClyde.K.Saiki@state.or.us
Rick WillisOregon State PoliceRick.Willis@state.or.us


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More about this Service Enterprise

Enterprise Asset Management is comprised of the Facilities Services programs including Operations, Maintenance, Planning and Construction Management, and Real Estate Services; Statewide Fleet Administration and Parking Services; and the Oregon Surplus Property Program. The core focus of these programs is property management, both real and personal, to support agencies’ space, travel and operational needs. The division is responsible for all phases of asset life-cycle management including acquisition, operation, maintenance and disposal. The division’s value-added services allow state agencies and some local governments to focus on their primary missions.
To learn more about EAM, visit Enterprise Asset Management.

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