Department of Corporate and Information Services annual report 2016-17
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Annual Report 2016-17 | Department of Corporate and Information Services 63 CORPORATE GOVERNANCE Risk Management Committee ROLE To provide strategic direction and monitor risk management activities, including business continuity management, across the department. MEMBERSHIP Membership changes in 2016-17 Nil. KEY FUNCTIONS Promote an effective risk management culture across the department. Monitor and provide direction with respect to the departments risk management approach. Provide input to and endorse a risk management framework and supporting policies and plans to ensure effective risk management, including business continuity management. Approve the risk management procedures, tables and templates for the department. Monitor compliance with the risk management framework, policies and plans, including business continuity management. Identify strategic risks for consideration by the Executive Management Board. Monitor findings of internal and external audits to identify key risks and ensure appropriate risk management strategies are implemented. Review and monitor risk assessments, including fraud risk assessments and treatment plans. Coordinate the review of Incident Response Group (IRG) events. Within the context of the committees primary purpose, undertake other functions and activities as determined from time to time by the Chief Executive. 2016-17 ACHIEVEMENTS Reviewed the strategic risk register, including updating to reflect changes in functional areas for consideration and approval by the Executive Management Board. Monitored and reviewed business unit operational risks and their identified treatments on an ongoing basis. Monitored effectiveness and approved Cyclone and Flood Preparation Plans. Endorsed changes to the Gifts and Benefits Policy and Procedures, including development of an information sheet to clarify on expectations in relation to attendance at social events. Endorsed changes to the Fraud Control Policy and associated documents. Approved the roll-out of a Fraud Health Check Survey and considered results for the development of fraud awareness requirements. Scott Thomson, Senior Director Data Centre Services (Chair) Peta Preo, Senior Director Shared Services Bronwyn Riedel, Senior Director Contract Services Gregory Moo, Senior Director Cyber Strategy and Design Bronwyn Lo, Director Program Management Office Jo Vanderpoll, A/Director Governance Greg Connors, Director ICT Infrastructure, Architecture and Security Lucy Gregg, A/Governance Officer (Executive Officer)
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