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2020 ERM Summit Closing Remarks

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Speaker: Nicole Puri, Incoming AFERM President

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How Technology Helps the Federal Government Improve Risk Transparency and Risk Response – 2020

Speakers: Alyssa Smiley, Acting Director for the Risk Management and Assurance Division, Department of Homeland Security, Department of Navy
Atisha Burks, Senior Accounting and Finance Leader, Department of Navy
Alice Miller, Chief Risk Officer, U.S. International Development Finance Corporation

Moderator: Alyssa Fusisi, Kearney & Company

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ERM in a COVID-19 World – 2020

Speakers: Mike Frueh, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Office of Enterprise Integration, Department of Veterans Affairs
Larry Koskinen, CRO, Department of Housing and Urban Development
Mick Reed, VF Corporation
Kate Kraycirik, Director, Enterprise Risk Management, MD Anderson

Moderator: Chris Hare, Ernst & Young

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Enhancing Risk Decision Making Through Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion – 2020

Speakers: Bernard Jenkins, Director of Business Operations, Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Financial Resources
Bonita Mannings, Personnel Psychologist, Center for Veterinary Medicine, Office of Management, Food and Drug Administration
Dr. James Nelson, Chief Diversity Officer, Diversity & Inclusion Management, Office of Minority Health & Health Equity, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention

Moderator: Sean Vineyard, 11th Hour Service

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On Managing Risk in Government – A Research Portfolio

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 managing the realities of risk and the IBM Center can help them…mitigate risk and make better decisions. Tackling risks requires the right tools and recognized best practices. Dr. Karen Hardy’s report outlines the fundamentals of enterprise risk management ERM in government…answering the how to and the why not? The first step in tackling risk is defining it and it isn’t always negative. Risk can present opportunities. Government Leaders can redefine risk as “uncertainty that matters” and Dr. Doug Webster and Tom Stanton can show you how… outlining practical steps to improving decision making using ERM. Many federal programs are at risk unable or incapable to achieving missions mitigating program risk is key to making government work better. Prof Donald Kettl report, provides a guide of steps risky federal programs can take to manage risk, improve results. Whether you face …. Integrity Risk Financial Risk Cyber Risks Or, risks associated with technological breakthroughs and disruptions…

This video provides an overview of many IBM Center for The Business of Government resources on risk.