Council of the Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency (CIGIE) Checklist Overview

This Checklist was discussed during the 2022 ERM Summit Session: ERM Audit Ready. The purpose of this exercise is to analyze the agency’s ERM capabilities as they relate to the CIGIE Inspectors General Guide to Assessing Enterprise Risk Management to more thoroughly assess capabilities and identify areas of focus for future development. Accomplishments and assessments should be considered on a combination of factors, including the agency’s risk profile, risk register, maturity model(s), as well as a SWOT analysis which may be done as part of the ERM team’s annual assessment.

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