The Alarm National Performance Model for Risk Management in the Public Services has been designed to answer what good risk management looks like in the public sector. This performance model maps out risk management maturity, clearly and concisely.
In November 2010, the CFA was commissioned by Alarm to develop a competency framework aimed at risk practitioners working in public service organisations. The framework is intended to enhance understanding of the key knowledge, functions and skills required by a professional risk practitioner.
The purpose of this document is to provide practical and useful guidance for professional risk managers. It is intended that this guide will help risk managers to understand and apply the risk techniques outlined in the four M_o_R® perspectives - strategic, programme, project and operational.
Alarm's annual report for 2010. The report contains: company information; directors' report; independent auditors' report; income and expenditure account; balance sheet; notes to the financial statements and detailed profit and loss account.
What does good risk management look like in the public sector? It has been difficult for organisations to judge their standards of risk management relative to other organisations nationwide. To tackle this issue, Alarm created the National Performance Model for Risk Management in Public Services.