In November, OCM was delighted to be a major sponsor of the IIA-Australia’s Local Government Internal Audit Forum which focused on the theme of “Better governance – Better communities”
John Renshaw leads OCM's Workplace Conduct & Investigation Practice (WCI) and recently presented a segment on his ‘Commissioning and Contestability – Mitigating Risks in a Rapidly Changing Environment’ paper at the 2017 APSAC Conference.
The Office of Local Government (OLG) is consulting with councils and other stakeholders on changes to the Model Code of Conduct for Local Councils in NSW (the Model Code of Conduct) and the Procedures for the Administration of the Model Code of Conduct for Local Councils in NSW (the Procedures).
In late October, OCM partnered with QUT to deliver a second short course program, ‘Better Governance – Risk Management for the Public Sector (Indonesia)’ under the Department of Foreign Affairs, Australia Awards in Indonesia (AAI) program.
Partnered with the Queensland University of Technology, OCM delivered budget management training and facilitated discussions between Ministers and Officials from the Autonomous Bougainville Government (ABG) and the Government of PNG (GoPNG) for two weeks in October.
A few simple procurement tips may save you headaches in the long run, according to senior procurement professional Rochelle Kirk (Principal, OCM).
As one of Australia’s leading and fastest growing advisory and assurance providers, OCM assists organisations enhance their systems and procedures, strengthen controls and improve operating performance.
Organisations and businesses are increasingly challenged to ensure that they have established and maintain effective governance frameworks. In today’s complex operating environment, our assurance experts help management establish the frameworks required to convert opportunities and successfully implement corporate objectives.
In today’s complex global environment, our experienced procurement practitioners help organisations procure smarter through the ‘Plan, Source, Manage’ cycle.
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