Call for Insights from GRC Professionals

GRC (governance, risk management and compliance) is an increasingly important area of focus for many internal auditors who work across the Three Lines. Government, business, NGOs, investors, the media and the public have dramatically intensified their interest in GRC and elevated its significance.

The IIA-Australia recognises this and is launching a new service to provide practitioners with practical guidance to:

  • Explain legislation, regulations, concepts, frameworks and standards
  • Provide templates to follow when implementing GRC-related tasks
  • Present case studies of what has worked and what has failed and why
  • Help you understand what your stakeholders want from you in this field
  • Make it as easy as practical for you to excel at GRC

If you have worked as a GRC-practitioner, we want your help.

We are seeking GRC Practitioner’s Perspective papers that do any of the following:

  • Explain a topic within GRC
  • Instruct people how to implement or manage an aspect of GRC
  • Tell people about your experience with a facet of GRC and what lessons you learnt
  • Provide a template you have found useful
  • Help guide others through legislation, regulations, standards, etc.
  • Make it easier for people to implement and manage GRC-related tasks

Topics of particular interest:

  • Governance, including corporate governance, information or data governance, Board governance, public sector or local government governance, committee governance, project governance, tendering governance, governance of meetings, charters or any other aspects of governance
  • Risk management, including risk reporting, risk management policies, reporting, identifying risks, risk indicators, monitoring risks, risk registers, risk workshops and other facets of risk
  • Compliance, including internal controls, assurance frameworks, segregation of duties, AML, anti-corruption, APRA, ASIC, ASX, COSO, ICAC reports, supply chains, conflicts of interest, fraud control, gifts & benefits, delegations, incident management, policies, whistleblowing, probity
  • ESG (environment, social and governance)