Risk Management in Government Congress

3rd Annual Risk Management in Government Congress

Embracing risk management strategies to achieve organisational objectives in government

29-30 March 2017, The Royce Hotel, Melbourne

As the government adapts their objectives to the ever-changing public environment, a diverse set of challenges emerge for risk professionals across all levels of the organisation. With few success stories from the application of existing risk management processes, it will take some really innovative thinking to potentially change the game in risk management. 

The 3rd Annual Risk Management in Government conference is designed as a platform to gather today’s leading thinkers on risk management who will share valuable insights on identifying, preventing and embracing risk within government departments and agencies.

Delegates will hear from international, federal, state and local speakers and gain key insights on:

  • Determining your desired enterprise risk management framework
  • Aligning your risk management efforts with your business objectives
  • Injecting a positive risk culture and implementing a centralised risk management function
  • Exploring risk tolerance as a means to discovering risk appetite
  • Utilising new improved tools in measuring and evaluating risk
  • Testing your organisation’s cyber-security readiness

International keynote addresses from:

  • Amarjit Atkar, Chief Risk Officer, UK Ministry of Defence
  • Simon Ainsworth, Corporate Risk Manager, HM Revenue and Customs UK

As well as outstanding panel of local experts from all three levels of government

  • Ian Laverock, Assistant Secretary, Procurement and Contracts Branch, Department of Immigration and Border Protection
  • Riaan Bredell, Senior Manager, Governance, Risk, Compliance & Assurance, Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation
  • David Campbell, Director of Computer Emergency Response Team, Attorney-General’s Department of Australia
  • Mike van de Graaf, General Manager of Risk & Performance Measurement, Treasury Corporation of Victoria
  • Elizabeth Tydd, CEO, NSW Information Commissioner, Information and Privacy Commission NSW; NSW Open Data Advocate
  • Brendan Geary, Executive General Manager Enterprise Governance & Risk, Director of Public Transport Ombudsman, V/Line
  • Dianne McFarlane, Executive Director of Corruption, Crime and Corruption Commission Queensland
  • Olga Cursio, Risk Management Coordinator, Glen Eira City Council
  • John Salter, Principal Risk Advisor, City of Greater Bendigo
  • Will Gwosdz, Head of Governance and Risk, Indigoshire Council
  • Anu Kukar, Director Risk Innovation and Rebecca Stanley, Manager Risk Advisory, KPMG Australia


Don’t miss out, register now:

Email: register@intrepidmids.com.au

Call: +61 2 9279 2608

Mail: Suite 302, 32 York Street, Sydney, NSW 2000