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Public Sector Governance, Risk and Compliance

Wednesday, 19 May 2021 | 09:00 AM - 11:00AM AEST | Online

Redesigning Frameworks to Integrate a Resilient Corporate Governance and Risk Culture

In a bid to overcome challenges posed by cyber security threats and data breaches – both of which are increasing in frequency – as well as build resiliency and transparency, the Australian Public Sector has seen a number of new recommendations to governance and risk management guidelines and ISO31000 standards. These recommendations encourage organisations to rethink and redesign governance, risk and compliance frameworks and to embed these at all levels. Achieving this is often a complex process however that requires a reassessment and appraisal of current and future operating processes as well as a cultural transformation to help educate and bring the entire organisation on board.

Join us at the complimentary ‘Public Sector Governance, Risk and Compliance’ virtual event, which will bring together a broad group of government governance experts to help you redesign ERM frameworks, increase resiliency, transform risk culture and drive improved outcomes for citizens.

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Key Takeaways

A must-attend event for public sector organisations looking to:

Equip yourself with a sound understanding of the impacts, effects and implications of risk management

Delve into frameworks, methodologies and strategies that will take your governance and risk efforts to the next level

Explore best practice, top tips and lessons learned from fellow public sector risk and compliance leaders

Your Expert Speakers

Brian Philbin
Assistant Commissioner & Chief Audit Executive,
Canada Revenue Agency

Tulip Penney
Head of Parliamentary Risk and Information Management Unit,

Shaun Rohrlach
Director Corporate Governance & Risk,
National Archives of Australia

Peter Duffy
Executive Manager, Risk,

Emma Matthews
Director, Governance, Business and Corporate Management,
ACT Government

Hisham Moustafa
Assistant Director, Risk & Insurance,
Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions

Dan Hillier
Senior Commercial Manager,

Janina Babaic
Business Process Analyst, Finance,

Agenda at a glance

09:00 AM AEST
PSN Welcome
09:10 AM AEST
Chair Opening
09:20 AM AEST
Preparing for the Future of Risk and Compliance - Understanding What Your Department Needs
09:35 AM AEST
Developing Risk Appetite and Maturity by Building a Positive Risk Culture
09:50 AM AEST
Continuously Improving Systems and Processes to Mitigate Risk and Improve Compliance
10:05 AM AEST
Prioritising Communication and Education to Build a Positive Risk Culture
10:20 AM AEST
Refreshment Break
10:25 AM AEST
Panel Discussion: Discussing Risk and Governance in the New Normal
11:00 AM AEST
End of session


What's included in your registration:

Virtual Presentations

Hear from public sector leaders about the latest trends and exploring how to instantly apply these insights and gaining unique perspectives


An opportunity to engage with the inspiring speaker panel and peers in the live Q&A and polling to discover answers to shared challenges

Leading Technology Solutions

Hear  from solutions providers in the government space as they explore key technologies to improve citizen services


Receive on-demand access to session content after the conference on the complimentary Public Sector Network social learning platform

Complimentary for public sector employees only *

Event Partners

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Corporate and Shared Services Community Prospectus

Public Sector shared service transformation has been hyped as key to economic recovery following a tumultuous 2020. The Morrison Government’s 2020 Federal Budget allocated $35.6 million to arm the APS with better tools for shared enterprise resource planning through the GovERP System.

Innovative technologies are transforming not only how organisations work, but how they buy, sell and interact. Future facing Corporate Service functions need to understand the implications. To help public sector departments and agencies across Australia,  transform their shared service function, Public Sector Network has developed a monthly event series.

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