Improving Organizational Performance through ERM Foresight – 2016

A 2016 Summit Presentation by Brian Philbin, CPA, CA, Chief Audit Executive and Assistant Commissioner for the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) with supplemental documents. Discusses the use of ERM at the CRA (Canada’s “IRS”).

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Supplemental Documents

Vulnerability Risk Assessment Tool: A Tool for Agency Managers

This document discusses reducing the risk of errors and the leadership role of managers and supervisors.

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Vulnerability Risk Assessment Tool: A Tool for Agency Managers Questionnaire

This questionnaire includes a list of questions to consider as an agency manager or supervisor.

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Risk Watcher, 2016-2017 Q2, Issue 2

This publication provides information that may influence the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA)’s enterprise-level risks.

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Intelligent Risk-Taking: A Methodology to Determine Risk Tolerance in a Non-Financial Environment

This research paper discusses the CRA’s development of a risk tolerance model.

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