As successful ERM programs mature, the need to account for a broad range of stakeholder perspectives in the areas of program development, C-suite support functions, program assurance, internal and external oversight, and audit transparency grow. At HUD, aligning these different needs to help support honest lines of communication for ERM and actionable reporting has been an undertaking since day 1 of HUD’s ERM program. This panel will explore how risk-based assurance, continuous monitoring, and data analytics provide opportunities for agencies to improve performance and work more constructively with the OIG and other oversight bodies.
Integrated Assurance – Driving Programmatic Improvements & Oversight Cooperation – 2019
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