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Overview

The Victorian Government Risk Management Framework (VGRMF) outlines a minimum risk management standard for the Victorian public sector.

This session will provide you with an overview of the revised VGRMF and detail what's changed and what's new. There will be opportunity for you to ask questions about the changes and how this affects you and your agency.

The revised VGRMF comes into effect on 1 July 2021. The first year that agencies must attest against the revised VGRMF will be the 2021-2022 financial year.

Explore our guide to the key changes [PDF, 1.34MB] in the VRGMF.

Please take a few moments to send us any questions you have about the VGRMF, its most recent revision, and what this means for your organisation in practice. We will be providing answers to as many of these questions as possible during the workshop.

Workshop outcomes

This session will equip you to:

  • Explain the changes to the revised VGRMF 
  • Confidently advise your organisation on steps to address the mandatory requirements

Audience

Victorian public sector staff

What's next

This event will be hosted on Zoom. Clicking the registration button will redirect you to an external website to sign up. Once you've successfully registered, you'll receive a confirmation email. Make sure you add the event to your calendar.

Resources

Facilitator

Pete Gervasoni, Client Learning Facilitator

Hi there! I’ve worked in senior risk roles across multiple agencies over the past 15 years. I’m a certified practising risk manager and a Fellow of the Institute of Strategic Risk Management. I’m also an expert on the Standards Australia/ISO group for Security and Resilience and Risk Management.

If you have any questions or need some assistance, please reach out to clientlearning@vmia.vic.gov.au - we look forward to connecting with you.

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