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Federal/Gov Advisory Group for ISO 31000


Federal/Gov Advisory Group for ISO 31000

A discussion surrounding this new risk management stardard and its applicability to the federal sector

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ISO31000 vs. COSO: Its Really About Policy (Part 1)

Started by FederalERM Aug 29, 2013.

U.S. TAG for ISO 31000 4 Replies

Started by Charles W. Bosler Jr., CPCM. Last reply by Charles W. Bosler Jr., CPCM Jun 12, 2009.

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Comment by FederalERM on March 23, 2012 at 4:45pm

Just over a year ago, there was the opportunity for goverment volunteers to contribute feedback regarding the ISO31000 standard. That information was collected and then shared with the U.S. TAG and at the Federal ERM Summt. Now the so-called Federal or Government Advisory Group for ISO31000 is about to reconnect. It's time that the government continue that discussion and find a way to come up with a consensus for using ISO31000 in agencies. The conversation witll continue here. Stay Tuned!

Comment by FederalERM on December 8, 2009 at 7:27pm
Hi Group. Has the ISO report been issued yet? If so, where can I get a copy?-- Karen
Comment by Kathy Peeling on November 5, 2009 at 9:47am
Hot off the presses:
Here's some news I just received!......

I am pleased to inform you that the ISO 31000 and Guide 73 will be published on the 15 November 2009 ( edition date) and will be loaded on the server
on the Friday 13 November 2009.
Comment by Kathy Peeling on October 22, 2009 at 3:57pm
Thanks for the compliment. I hope the second day of the Summit was as good as the first. I was as impressed by the audience as I was by the speakers. It was encouraging to know that so many Federal Agencies are committed to finding ways to evaluate risk and improve their operations. If more people knew that, it would help restore faith in government. The article confirmed what I had heard which was that the standard is due to be published in mid December. If I hear anything more, I'll post it.
Comment by Dr. Karen Hardy on October 22, 2009 at 3:51pm
Hi Kathy. Thanks for posting this valuable information to the site. By the way, you were great at the Federal ERM Summit! Thanks for being a presenter.
Comment by Kathy Peeling on October 22, 2009 at 11:48am

I thought that this group might find this article interesting.
Comment by Kathy Peeling on June 12, 2009 at 7:48am
I'm not aware of any federal government representative on the panel but I will double check my list. If there is, they weren't present at the meeting in Chicago last summer. As far as I know, I am the only representative looking at the standard from a public entity perspective. I did suggest a number of changes that made the document more public vs private sector neutral and was pleased to see the changes accepted. The US was so late in coming to the table on this standard that many of the US TAG suggested changes weren't considered. I can only hope that we are engaged very early in the process the next time it comes up for review/revision.
Comment by Dr. Karen Hardy on June 11, 2009 at 6:05pm
I recently downloaded the draft docs and distributed to our Risk team. I think it is great background information. It definitely gives us something to think about as we move towards implementing risk management. Thanks for posting. We are looking forward to the final product. Is it true that there was not Federal govt. representation on the Advisory Panel?

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