A FRAMEWORK FOR RISK MANAGEMENT IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR FOR KEEPING VEHICLES IN GOOD OPERATING CONDITION

Alexandra Ioana MARIAN

Abstract


Beyond brand preferences, performance or using price as a reference, the decision to purchase a new vehicle must be based on two key concepts: reliability and maintainability. It is often found that total life cycle costs are reduced for a vehicle with a proven reliability and for which proper maintenance services are provided, particularly since the owner of the vehicle is not an individual but an institution, therefore allocating funds for keeping it in an operable condition involves following regulations which are often changing. In this context, the risks associated with maintaining and repairing the vehicle must be managed with the utmost professional diligence and taking into account all factors influencing the supply of spare parts required for maintenance.


Keywords


reliability; maintenance; supply of spare parts; risk management; quality assurance

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