By: Pete Olson Sr., Wachs Water Services Outsourcing can be defined as "the strategic…
Q: What are the essential components of total information control?
A: Total information control involves three essential components.
Complete Information: Essential data must be obtained for every asset, including attributes like manufacturer/model, turn count, GPS location, and many more.
Accurate Information: Quite often attribute and/or mapping information does not match utility records, rendering it useless. Therefore, a key component of total information control involves checking for data discrepancies.
Available Information: Integrating the field data into a GIS and/or a work order management system allows all stakeholders to use the data.
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