Enterprise-wide Risk Management
Enterprise-wide Risk Management (ERM) is a process through which management identifies significant threats that would prevent the university from meeting its stated goals and objectives. ERM encompasses the following risks: operational, financial, compliance, strategic, and reputation. A system-wide risk assessment is facilitated every three years by the Compliance & Ethics Program.
Internal controls are procedures that are in place to decrease risk to a level where management can accept the exposure to that risk. Learn more about internal controls through our checklists and informative presentations.