Taking Aim at Systemic Risk

We've seen what happens when risk isn't accounted for properly. The mortage meltdown has prompted government to address enterprise risk in a more systematic way....
by | December 20, 2009
 

We've seen what happens when risk isn't accounted for properly. The mortage meltdown has prompted government to address enterprise risk in a more systematic way. In their article, John Kamensky and Jonathan Breul of IBM's Center for the Business of Government provide a look at the latest in public sector risk management.

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