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ERM Focus Group

This Group serves as an informal planning committee and focus group for research projects.

Members: 14
Latest Activity: Sep 29, 2010

Discussion Forum

ERM in the federal public sector - Canada 1 Reply

Started by Jan Mattingly. Last reply by Dr. Karen Hardy Sep 29, 2010.

**AGA Research Study on Governance, Risk and Compliance**

Started by Dr. Karen Hardy Feb 12, 2010.

October 2009 SUMMIT Planning Update...

Started by FederalERM Aug 6, 2009.

What should be the theme of the Fall SUMMIT? 7 Replies

Started by FederalERM. Last reply by FederalERM Apr 21, 2009.

Similarities across sectors 1 Reply

Started by Steve Lindo. Last reply by Dr. Karen Hardy Apr 2, 2009.

Open Planning Committee for the 2009 FERM SUMMIT

Started by FederalERM Mar 11, 2009.

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Comment by FederalERM on June 25, 2009 at 7:14pm
Bill, we are glad that you are excited about the group. So far a few suggestions have been made regarding the SUMMIT from this group and it has been very helpful. We look forward to your suggestions and comments!
Comment by Bill Hughes on June 23, 2009 at 11:22am
I am excited to join this Planning Committee and look forward to contributing to the Agenda. The new Administration is direction is all about accountability, transparency and an increased focus on results. This group has an opportunity to not only advance RM in the Federal Government but also working to demonstrate how to integrate it with Agency Mission Objectives as well as their multiple Compliance requirements.
Comment by Kathy Peeling on April 27, 2009 at 12:26pm
We didn't deliberately exclude any. We talked about COSO, COCO, the AS/NZS 4360, the British 31100 to name a few and were asked about others. Our focus was more on trying to determine your needs (type of business, who's driving ERM, what's already in place) and then trying to see which standard best fit those needs. Each standard has strengths that may be more beneficial depending on the type of organization. We will be doing the presentation again at the PRIMA conference in Dallas at the end of May and will focus more on how public entities are impacted since the audience is almost entirely public sector. Based on my limited familiarity with the Canadian Intergrated RM Framework, it may be a resource to mention at PRIMA in Dallas.
Comment by Dr. Karen Hardy on April 27, 2009 at 1:35am
Hi Kathy. thanks for joining. I read over the presentation you and Dorothy gave at the RIMS conference and I found it to be full of rich information. I will definitely bring up the ISO 31000 to the Federal ERM Steering Group. One thing I did notice in the presentation is that the Canadian Integrated Risk Management Framework was not discussed. Was there a reason?
Comment by Kathy Peeling on April 24, 2009 at 3:50pm
I'd be happy to help out on the planning group. Do you think that the attendees would be interested in hearing about the soon to be released ISO 31000, international risk management standard? The Chair of the US technical advisory group is part of this group (Dorothy Gjerdrum)
Comment by FederalERM on March 21, 2009 at 6:56pm
Stephany, once you join this group, you are part of the committee. This is an open and informal group where everyone can share their thoughts and ideas about the SUMMIT.
Comment by Stephany Head, Ph.D. on March 20, 2009 at 11:36am
I'll be glad to join the planning committee.
Comment by FederalERM on March 13, 2009 at 9:48am
Steve, thanks for joining. I look forward to everyone's feedback regarding their ideas about the upcoming Fall Federal ERM Symposium. The Federal Executive Steering Group will be tapping into this group and take into consideration the ideas that are shared. Looking forward to your suggestions!
Comment by Steve Lindo on March 13, 2009 at 7:19am
I'll be glad to join the planning committee.
 

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