Techniques, Templates, and Toolkits in a Flash! – 2018

In this 2018 Summit presentation… Technology, tools, and templates should be seen as accelerators for a sound Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) framework, not a substitute. As with most other aspects of ERM implementation, the tools and templates developed and deployed by an ERM program should follow a maturity model approach and be customized to an organization. 

Tool or templates are only as good as the information input and how effectively their outputs put the right information in front of the right people at the right time. During this session, attendees learned how federal ERM programs have developed and deployed tools to support their programs’ maturation. Organizations beginning their ERM journeys can learn what tools provided the greatest value to the ERM program and organizational leadership from the initial stages of ERM implementation. While organizations with mature ERM programs can hear how tools continue to support organizations in making risk-informed decisions.

Speakers: Doug Clift, Census Bureau; Greg Keith, Ginnie Mae; Jason Leecost, Ginnie Mae; Debra Elkins, HHS

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