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Low-Priority-in-Poor-Condition
Quadrant 4 of the condition-priority matrix that plots the relationship between the condition and priority of assets or facilities.
The horizontal axis is represented by the Facility Condition Index (FCI) and the vertical axis by the Mission Dependency Index (MDI).


Attributes
Facilities in this quadrant may have one or more of the following general attributes:
  • An FCI of 10% or greater
  • An MDI of 30 points or less.
  • Mission-Independent facilities with tertiary or quaternary value to the organization.
  • High repair costs associated with the significant deferred maintenance and ongoing condition drift.

Management Principles
Listed below are some of the asset management principles that can be applied to the ongoing operations of deemed low-priority facilities in relatively poor condition:
  • These facilities require a large amount of reinvestment. However, since they may no longer support the mission they may be considered candidates for disposal or re-designation.
Condition-Priority matrix indicating the quadrant with low priority facilities in relatively "poor"condition.
Fig. Condition-Priority matrix indicating the quadrant with low priority facilities in relatively "poor" condition.

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