•  July 24, 2017
     8:00 am - 4:30 pm (Eastern)

About Gov-ERM 2017
Government programs operate in a world of increasing risks. New government mandates – including updates to OMB Circular No. A-123 – require every government program conduct a comprehensive risk assessment and formulate specific initiatives to reduce risk and strengthen internal controls.

The Government Enterprise Risk Management Summit (Gov-ERM) 2017 is the one-stop annual event covering the latest frameworks, data-driven approaches, and solutions to assessing and reducing risks in government programs.

Enterprise Risk Management is not new – but there are new emerging risks and solutions for dealing with them particularly in a government setting. Designed for federal, state and local government managers, Gov-ERM 2017 presents the latest compliance mandates so you are always ahead of requirements in A-123, GAO’s Green Book and elsewhere.

You’ll explore case studies of strategies for creating a risk-tolerant culture, and of ways risk is being better detected via analytics and threat management across all branches of government. Also, learn how to reduce your compliance burden! With limited resources, government agencies are focused on administering internal control programs that are efficient and effective, avoiding duplication, minimizing the burden on staff, and reducing the compliance burden on the agency.

Gov-ERM 2017 covers the latest requirements along with helpful practices for avoiding duplication of compliance efforts in internal controls, risk management, fraud and cyber assessments, and more. More importantly, Gov-ERM 2017 equips you with the proven best practices to avoid the terrible consequences of risks turning into reality in your government programs.

CPE Credits: 7 CPEs

AFERM Discount:  Use the following promotion code to receive a discount during registration — “AFERM

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