Jenny Rone, the assistant inspector general for data science at the Department of Agriculture, and Larry Koskinen, the chief risk officer for the Department of Housing and Urban Development, are turning to pilots to use data in new ways and gain support throughout the agency.
The IRS has launched an employee risk channel where members of the workforce can confidentially raise their concerns to agency leaders.
The Treasury Department has launched an enterprisewide dashboard to identify component areas that would be understaffed in a massive wave of retirements.
A Bipartisan Policy Center task force said agencies and heir inspectors general should focus less on compliance and more on improving their organizational performance.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s inspector general found a third of its inspectors will be eligible to retire in 2020.
Nicole Puri, a former risk management official and now a director with Grant Thornton Public Sector, explains how agencies can add value and improve through enterprise risk management efforts.
The Office of Management and Budget raised the bar on enterprise risk management through an update to its Circular A-123 two years ago. Now federal employees can become card-carrying experts on the topic.
A panel of risk leaders from the Veterans Affairs Department, Bureau of the Fiscal Service and Treasury Department shared their experiences and advice for implementing Enterprise Risk Management.
How has the use of right management evolved in U.S. federal agencies? What is Enterprise Risk Management? What are some of the key risks facing government today? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores these questions and more on a Special Edition of The Business of Government Hour – Leaders Speak on Managing Risk in Government.
We’ll all be hearing more in the next few years about risk management, compliance and governance. The Government Accountability Office puts out the Green Book, containing standards for financial control in federal accounting.