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NEW! CIGIE ERM Practitioner’s Guide for Offices of Inspectors General

Mission

To contribute to the promotion and implementation of ERM principles in accordance with OMB Circular A-123 within the offices of the Inspectors General (OIG) community.

Goals:

  • Provide a forum for risk management professionals to share implementation challenges, solicit OIG community input, and improve interagency communications.
  • Disseminate the latest developments in ERM via expert guest lecturers.
  • Develop a knowledge sharing platform and encourage exchange of leading practices.
  • Maintain a specialized cadre of professionals to assist CIGIE Committees and/or member agencies in ERM related matters, via reimbursable agreement or detail.
  • Coordinate with other professional ERM groups such as AFERM.

Sub-Groups

  • Implementing an ERM Risk Assessment Approach for Audit Planning Purposes
    • The Audit Planning Guide sub-group was created to establish a guide that helps OIG organizations of all sizes develop and implement a risk assessment process to support its audit plan. The process will incorporate ERM principals and individual agency/program risks in the assessment. The guide will facilitate compliance with OMB Circular A-123, Fraud Reduction and Data Analytics Act of 2015, CIGIE’s Silver Book, and other applicable requirements.
  • Auditing ERM Implementation at Component Agencies
    • The goal of this sub-group is to identify criteria, share best practices, and develop guidance – including a proposed audit program – for OIG organizations seeking to audit ERM implementation at their component agencies.
  • ERM at small OIGs
    • ​The ERM at Small OIGs sub-group was created as a forum to:
      • Discuss leading practices related to ERM implementation at small agencies
      • Collaborate and share resources on ERM-related projects when appropriate
      • Provide input to the larger CIGIE community on the needs and unique challenges small OIGs face in implementing ERM
  • Development of an ERM Practitioners’ Guide
    • ​​The Practitioner’s Guide sub-group was created to establish a guide that helps OIG organizations of all sizes develop and implement an ERM Framework to identify and manage potential risk events that may impact the OIG mission goals and objectives, as well as a basic governance and management structure to oversee and implement risk management activities. The guide facilitate compliance with OMB Circular A-123, Fraud Reduction and Data Analytics Act of 2015, CIGIE’s Silver Book and other applicable requirements.

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