AFERM is partnering with Guidehouse to conduct the 2019 Federal Enterprise Risk Management Survey
Author: Elizabeth Burden
The AFERM Board is pleased to announce the publication of the first four Federal ERM Areas of Practice Guidance
AFERM announced its Board of Directors for 2021-2022. The announcement was made at the opening reception of the 2021 AFERM Summit on October 25th, 2021. This year’s Summit assembled over 430 Federal ERM professionals from across the public and private sector.
For the seventh consecutive year, AFERM and Guidehouse have collaborated to survey Federal government professionals for their insights into the current state of Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) in their organizations. Results of the 2021 survey, which is designed to provide federal leaders with perspective on the current state and trends of ERM in the U.S. (more…)
In a statement released today, the Association for Enterprise Risk Management (AFERM) draws attention to and provides clarification regarding a growing area of confusion in the realm of government enterprise risk management (ERM). In the statement, AFERM notes some of the distinctions between ERM and Risk Management and highlights the negative effect of conflating the two. (more…)
On June 12, 2020, the Association of Government Accountants (AGA) and the Association for Federal Enterprise Risk Management (AFERM) held the fourth annual Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Workshop with government professionals. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 workshop was a live virtual event for the first time. This workshop provided an opportunity for more (more…)
See what you missed or watch a session again from the Sept. 10 event!
AFERM announced its Board of Directors for 2021. Board duties take effect October 31, 2020. AFERM recently held its 13th annual Federal Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Summit on September 10, 2020, during which AFERM virtually gathered over 375 Federal ERM professionals from both the public and private sectors—the largest ERM forum of its kind anywhere in the U.S.
For the sixth consecutive year, the Association for Federal Enterprise Risk Management (AFERM) and Guidehouse have collaborated to survey Federal government leaders and staff for their insights into the current state of Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) in their organizations. ERM continues to exhibit performance levels that are still reflective of an emerging capability, although incremental (more…)
#RiskManagementisSexy is the new ERM hashtag that was spawned at the SEA/AFERM and Toffler Associates Webinar on Preparing for Future Risks: Using Foresight and Scenario Planning to Identify Emerging Risk.