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Risk is everywhere. It is a condition of existence and government agencies aren’t immune from the slings and arrows of uncertainty. Risk takes many forms and continue to morph and transform with the pace of technology and the reality interconnectedness. It is a leadership imperative for government executives to mitigate the potency of uncertainty by (more…)

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) has moved into the mainstream of businesses and government. Business leaders are rushing to take advantages of the benefits that can be brought to a wide array of industries to help increase productivity. Government leaders are also moving forward, but with appropriate caution. When considering the use and application of AI related (more…)

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The purpose of this form is to provide a consistent framework for the Service that can be leveraged within a unit’s existing governance or management approval processes to clearly document business decisions in the context of risk appetite and/or acceptance. This document can be used in various ways, including the following: 1) a framework to (more…)

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The Enterprise Risk Channel provides a mechanism for employees to send potential risks to the Office of the Chief Risk Officer on a confidential basis. This sample form has been provided by the IRS.

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This document is intended to assist agencies with successfully implementing the Digital Accountability and Transparency Act of 2014 (DATA Act), and complying with OMB Memorandum M-18-16, which calls for agencies to establish data quality plans (DQP) effective in FY 2019. This Playbook was developed by an inter-agency, inter-disciplinary working group (initially launched by the CFOC in 2017) to improve DATA Act implementation and support the President’s Management Agenda (PMA) Cross-Agency Priority (CAP) Goal Leveraging Data as a Strategic Asset. The Playbook reflects the collective contributions of the Federal financial assistance, acquisitions and financial management communities. The working group collaborated with key representatives of OMB, Treasury, and the Inspectors General community throughout the development of this Playbook.

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Example ERM Capability Model

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Example Self-Assessment for the Operationalization of Risk Management

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