Asset Management Division

The Bureau of Reclamation has asset management responsibility for a diverse portfolio of water and power related constructed assets, with a number of facilities which are now well over 100 years old.  This site makes available to Reclamation’s staff and its operating entities a number of tools, in the form of technical manuals, bulletins and other reference material, which can be used to better manage Reclamation’s constructed assets, to increase awareness of the importance in managing these constructed assets in the seventeen western States.

Land Resources Team

The Land Resources Team specializes in Reclamation-wide lands, realty, and recreation. The land program is also responsible from implementing the Western Watershed Enhancement Partnership, Secretarial Order 3356, Hunting, Fishing, Recreational Shooting, and Wildlife Conservation Opportunities and Coordination with States. Tribes, and Territories, and Secretarial Order 3366, Increasing Recreation Opportunities on Lands and Waters Managed by the U.S. Department of the Interior. Program contacts include:

Operations and Maintenance

The Operations and Maintenance (O&M) Branch leads agency-wide programs to support Reclamation and its operating entities responsible for day-to-day O&M activities to ensure the continued structural integrity and operational reliability of these facilities. Program contacts include:

Infrastructure Asset Management

The Infrastructure Asset Management Branch maintains an asset inventory of Reclamation’s constructed assets and includes relevant support documentation, Capital Asset and Resource Management Application (CARMA), cost trend data, Major Rehabilitation and Replacement (MR&R) data, the Asset Management Plan, and implements the Infrastructure Investment Strategy. Program contacts include:

See the left navigation links for information on Reclamation’s Asset Management Division Programs.



Last Updated: 6/10/19