Public Services: Inter-Agency Risk

Walker, M, Staples, W and Fairbrother, P 2013, Public Services: Inter-Agency Risk, Centre for Sustainable Organisations and Work, Melbourne, Australia

Document type: Commissioned Reports
Collection: Commissioned Reports

Title of report Public Services: Inter-Agency Risk
Author(s) Walker, M
Staples, W
Fairbrother, P
Year of publication 2013
Publisher Centre for Sustainable Organisations and Work
Place of publication Melbourne, Australia
Subjects Organisational Behaviour
Abstract/Summary Since 2006-07, the Victorian Managed Insurance Authority (VMIA) has been providing risk management services to the Victorian Public Sector through the Risk Framework Quality Reviews (RFQR). The RFQR provides a platform for clients to assess their risk maturity through seven risk management elements, including inter/intra agency risk. The results of the RFQR assessments into this element identified a general lack of maturity in relation to inter-department risk. The Victorian Government Risk Management Framework does not currently provide an adequate means for departments to manage interagency risks. Public policy in this space is neither fully understood nor effectively managed. VMIA rightly believes that it has a role to play in enhancing the State's interagency risk management framework. The outcomes from this research will contribute towards delivering improved risk advice on interagency risk management and supporting WoVG risk planning.
Commissioning body Victorian Managed Insurance Authority
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