Risk Management Assessment Framework

Published: 24 Oct 2008 Average Rating: unrated Print

The Risk Management Assessment Framework (RMAF) is a tool for assessing the standard of risk management in an organisation. It is offered as an optional tool to help collect and assess evidence. It will support the production of a Statement on Internal Control, and is consistent with the criteria set out in Government Accounting (Chapter 21).

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