WHY you should attend Australia’s ONLY Government Focused Risk Management Event
The complexity of governance, world progression and community change, has seen risk management take on a new form into an era of Enterprise Risk Management; which encompasses all risks associated with your public sector business on a strategic, operational and project level.
5 Reasons to Attend IQPC’s Enterprise Risk Management in Government 2009
1. You have the ERM frameworks in place… Gain the strategies to further implement and integrate
2. Only one event in 2009 will provide you with focused detail into ERM for government: This is it!
3. Develop an appropriate risk culture to suit your organisation: Break risk management silos in government
4. Get access to information on how ERM is developed within private organisations
5. Network and liaise with people involved in your industry which share your challenges surrounding ERM
If you are involved within….
- Risk Management
- Enterprise Risk Management
- Corporate Governance
- Audit / Internal Audit
- Compliance & Assurance
……within Australia’s Government departments, organisations and bodies, THIS is the Risk Management event for you in 2009.
Highlighting the Key Speakers of Enterprise Risk Management for Government 2009:
PRIVATE SECTOR CASE STUDY:
Group General Manager – Risk & Reporting, Risk & Assurance
NEW ZEALAND CASE STUDIES:
Manager - Portfolio Planning Risk & Reporting, Transport Infrastructure Delivery Group
AUCKLAND CITY COUNCIL
Risk Management Framework Enhancement Manager Directorate of Risk and Assurance
NZ DEFENCE FORCE
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT CASE STUDIES FROM:
Manager - Risk Management and Business Continuity, Procurement and Risk Management Branch
FEDERAL DEPARTMENT OF FAMILIES, HOUSING, COMMUNITY SERVICES & INDIGENOUS AFFAIRS (FAHCSIA)
General Manager - Corporate Services Group
FEDERAL ATTORNEY GENERAL’S DEPARTMENT
Director -Risk Management Section, Governance, Planning & Assurance Branch
FEDERAL DEPARTMENT OF IMMIGRATION & CITIZENSHIP (DIAC)
Group Leader- Risk & Impact Analysis Group, Geospatial & Earth Monitoring Division
Senior Director GST Intelligence, Assurance, Capability and Intelligence GST, Risk & Strategy and Interpretative Assistance
AUSTRALIAN TAXATION OFFICE (ATO)
STATE GOVERNMENT CASE STUDIES FROM:
Acting Inspector, Risk Manager - Corporate Management Review Division
Manager – Business Assurance
METROPOLITAN FIRE BRIGADE VIC
(Infrastructure Risk Management and Insurance) Project Support Services, Major Projects Office
DEPARTMENT OF MAIN ROADS QLD
Corporate General Manager - Business Risk
QUEENSLAND RAIL (QR) PTY LTD.
Risk, Safety and Environment Services Manager
Director - Risk Management & Audit, Risk Management & Audit Office, Office of the Vice-Chancellor
THE AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY
ESSENTIAL STANDARDS UPDATE:
STANDARDS AUSTRALIA AND STANDARDS NEW ZEALAND RISK MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE
ISO TMB RISK MANAGEMENT WORKING GROUP
What did Delegates from Last Year’s ENTERPRISE RISK MANAGEMENT IN GOVERNMENT 2008 Have to Say?
"The event presented broad experiences and levels of risk management maturity that I found useful."
Risk Manager, ATTORNEY GENERALS DEPARTMENT
"I found the event most valuable – able to learn and appreciate how other organisations; state, national and international, are progressing with Enterprise Risk Management."
Team Leader – Organisation Reporting & Governance, GEOSCIENCE AUSTRALIA
"Extremely refreshing to hear how large scale organisations are adopting the same risk processes as similar smaller ones."
Risk Manager, BANKSTOWN CITY COUNCIL
"Very useful in gaining knowledge and understanding gaps within Enterprise Risk Management."
Assurance Manager, WAITAKERE CITY COUNCIL, NEW ZEALAND
"Very valuable and informative."
Engineering Manager, DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS, FIJI
DON’T FORGET… To check out Enterprise Risk Management for Government’s highly interactive workshops on:
- Gaining Alignment between Risk Management and Corporate Governance
- The A-Z of Enterprise Risk Management: From Framework Development to Implementation
- How to Build Enterprise Risk Management Culture
If you are not yet ready to register, feel free to request a reminder nearer the time.
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· [ Next: Conference Day One: June 29 2009 ]