Facilities Management Implementation Committee

What is FMIC?

Set up in April 2018, the tripartite Facilities Management Implementation Committee (FMIC) brings together major stakeholders from public and private sectors (including Government Agency, FM Service Buyers, FM Service Providers, Trade Associations and Chambers, Unions) to co-develop initiatives to advance the Facilities Management (FM) sector. 

Key Transformation Strategies

The FMIC seeks to advance the FM industry towards Integrated and Aggregated Facility Management (IFM and AFM) operations that are more technology-driven and less reliant on labour-intensive processes. FMCs and service buyers could harness efficiencies from managing different FM services on an integrated platform and aggregated portfolio of buildings. To facilitate the advancement in FM transformation, the FMIC is employing the following set of key strategies.  


Key Focus Area

Design for Maintainability (DfM)

To ensure maintainability considerations are taken into account in upstream design phase.

Smart FM

To encourage adoption of integrated and aggregated Smart FM to improve productivity and service quality.

Strengthen FM Procurement

To strengthen FM procurement, including adoption of IFM/AFM and outcome-based contracting.

Build Capability in companies and FM professionals

To ensure a well-trained and resilient workforce and firms are competent in service delivery.

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