Water Infrastructure Asset Management

Oklahoma DEQ places a priority on asset management by requiring asset management plans for DWSRF applications and offering annual asset management training to all systems.

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The MentorAPM suite of asset management tools helps public water systems deploy asset management plans based on the Five Core Question Framework.

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Oklahoma has more than 200 man-made lakes, more than any other state in the United States. They were created to supply water for domestic needs and agricultural irrigation.

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State Asset Management

Opportunities and Obligations


  • DWSRF funding requires asset management.


  • Annual training focused on the five core components of asset management is available to systems. Asset management is included in operator certification training.
  • A free AM software tool, along with training, is available to systems. The state’s annual report publishes trends in asset management plan development.
  • Annual technical assistance contracts are made with the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality. The Oklahoma Water Resources Board has asset management specific contracts.
  • The Capacity Development Baseline Project surveys all water systems serving 10,000 or fewer once every three years, including asset management plans.
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