Government Roles in Risk Management for Public Sector Construction — Experiences in Leading Countries 政府在公共建設風險管理中之必要角色 －先進國家經驗的學習. 周慧瑜. 25 Apr. 2007. Why Risk Management in Government is Important?. Why Risk Management in Government is Important?.
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25 Apr. 2007
Improving public services through better construction
Improving construction performance through better risk management
End of 2005- identified 3-5 main risks, and built risk management framework for one of the risks.
End of 2006- Risk profiles
End of 2007- Integrated risk management framework.
CORPORATE DECISION-MAKING GROUPS
Customer: Ministers & Senior Officials
Policy & Plan
Domestic Horizon Scanning Committee
Civil Contingencies Secretariat (CCS)
Intelligence and Assessments
Joint Intelligence Committee
Joint Assessment Staff
CCS helps with contingency planning and crisis
Reviewing & Reporting Risks
Need for Resilience building
Intelligence and assessments
Draft Plans & Progress Information
Treasury Spending Teams & Delivery Unit
Evaluation of Current Practice
Agreed/Adjusted Plans & Resources
Departmental Risk Support
Risk Improvement Program
Civil Service Management Board
Risk Support Team
Developing Risk Management Capabilities
Guidance & Training, etc
Q: Which of these issues, if any, do you think have been handled successfully/ unsuccessfully by the government?
(Red) the project team has to take action immediately
(Amber) the project can go forward and provided recommendations have to be responded to before the next review
(Green) the project is on target except for minor matters
Risk management framework first
Involvement and participation of senior management
Tailor-made for individual departments
Learning by doing
Technical notes and case studies