Corporate Governance, Risk and Compliance Services
Corporate Governance, Risk and Compliance Services (CGRCS) manages the structures and processes associated with governance of the University to ensure good planning, decision making and appropriate management of risk and accountability.
Working in partnership with all areas of the University, CGRCS has responsibility for a number of activities including:
The portfolio has staff members across Deakin's two campuses. Our aim is to help provide information and support, and link with the PVC (P&I) Group's business development strategy.
The Policy Office oversees the development, review, approval and publishing of policies and procedures. We work with staff and committees across the University to ensure our policies and procedures are relevant, consistent and known to the University community.
The University's current policies and procedures can be viewed on The Guide.
The Records Unit's primary mission is to support the governance and preservation of records, objects and related information relative to the University origins, development, achievements and activities.
A gift or benefit under the Acceptance of Gifts Policy is something that has a monetary value or worth, or other advantage or privilege derived as a result of a business-related relationship connected with the University and must be reported.
The Risk and Compliance Office provides specialist risk and compliance support and advice to the University's organisational areas and assists in identifying, analysing and managing risks and compliance obligations in order for the University to make well informed decisions to meet its strategic objectives.
The information contained in this website is a general outline. It is not governance or risk advice. You should seek professional advice before taking any action based on its content.