Interagency risk is a risk that is shared by two or more agencies, or which requires coordinated management by more than one agency and may include systemic risks.

Current VMIA resources for managing interagency risk include the Interagency and State Significant Risks Practice Notes and case studies.

Read more about interagency risk in our case studies:

VMIA is also currently testing further materials that will be available soon. If you would like to hear more about the framework and supporting materials, please contact your Risk Adviser.

Page last updated: 15 May 2019