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1 Office of the Auditor General of Canada Progress Report for the Task Force on IT Governance 17th Meeting of the INTOSAI Working Group On IT Audit Richard Brisebois & Marie-Claude La Salle Tokyo, May 21, 2008

2 Office of the Auditor General of Canada Agenda Background Whats New in IT Governance Projects Status Next Steps

3 Office of the Auditor General of Canada Background The IT Governance project was initiated by INTOSAI Working Group On IT Audit at its 15th meeting in May 2006 in Brazil The main objective of the project was to discuss the importance of IT Governance, identify risks and challenges being faced and propose new guidance and share best practices in this area

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5 Current Members of the Task Force Project Coordinator: Richard Brisebois & Marie-Claude La Salle, Canada Active Members: 1. Mr. Jamtsho, Bhutan 2. Claudia Dias & André Pacheko, Brazil 3. Nagarajan Nagarajan & Ashutosh Sharma, India 4. Dainius Jakimavicius & Irmantas Aleliunas, Lithuania 5. Thomas Wijsman, Netherlands 6. Thor Kristian Svendsen & Erna Jørgensen Lea, Norway 7. Shaima Al Hinai, Oman 8. Alla Petrenko, Russian Federation 9. Steve Doughty, United Kingdom 10. Madhav Panwar, USA Commentary Project Participants: 1. Sr. Ryoichi Doi, Japan 2. Bjørn Undall, Sweden

6 Office of the Auditor General of Canada What is IT Governance? IT governance is the responsibility of the board of directors and executive management. It is an integral part of enterprise governance and consists of the leadership and organisational structures and processes that ensure that the organisations IT sustains and extends the organisations strategies and objectives. IT Governance Institute

7 Office of the Auditor General of Canada Why is IT Governance needed? IT has become a major enabler to almost all business transformation initiatives. How IT is being used will have a very important impact on whether the organization achieve its vision, mission or strategic goals.

8 Office of the Auditor General of Canada Why IT Governance is important? Value – IT is typically an expensive asset Risk - Organizations have become reliant on IT Alignment - Overall strategy is very much dependent upon the IT strategy

9 Office of the Auditor General of Canada Agenda Background Whats New in IT Governance Projects Status Next Steps

10 Office of the Auditor General of Canada IT Governance Global Status Report The purpose of the research was to determine the sense of priority and actions taken relative to IT governance as well as their tools and services to help ensure effective IT governance.

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24 Office of the Auditor General of Canada Agenda Background Whats New in IT Governance Projects Status Next Steps

25 Office of the Auditor General of Canada Sub-Projects 1. Integrate and present the material collected from various SAIs at the 5th Performance Auditing Seminar of INTOSAI Standing Committee on IT Audit being held in March 2007 in Muscat, Oman. Project leader: SAI USA Assist: Brazil, U.K. Due date: 2008 Status: Completed

26 Office of the Auditor General of Canada Material collected from various SAIs at the 5th Performance Auditing Seminar All material is available in the INTOSAI IT Governance database Copies of the CD including the proceedings is also available

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31 2. Collection of reference material on IT Governance: Project leader: SAI Netherlands Assist: Lithuania, Japan, India Due date: 2008 Status: Partially completed

32 Office of the Auditor General of Canada Reference material on IT Governance 1. Designing Effective IT Governance, Gartner Symposium ITXPO, Italy. 2. Alignment of the IS Functions with the Enterprise: Toward a model of Antecedents. 3. Experiences in Strategic Information Systems Planning. 4. Earl, M.J. and D.F. Feeny (1994), Is Your CIO Adding Value? Sloan Management Review. 5. Understanding the CEO/CIO Relationship, MIS Quarterly. 6. Strategies for Information Technology Governance. Idea Group Publishing. 7. Strategic Alignment:Leveraging Information Technology for Transforming Organizations 8. IT Governance Institute (2006), Val IT Framework 9. IT Governance Institute (2005). CobiT Version 4.0, Rolling Meadows 10. IT Governance Institute (2003), Board Briefing on IT Governance 11. Arrangements for Information Technology Governance: A theory of multiple contingencies. 12. How Top Performers Manage IT Decision Rights for Superior Results, Harvard Business School Press. 13. Dont Just Lead, Govern: Implementing Effective IT Governance, MIT Center for Information Systems Research.

33 Office of the Auditor General of Canada 3. Collection of various SAIs work on IT Governance: Project leader: Norway Assist: Russia, Bhutan, UK & USA Due date: 2008 Status: Completed

34 Office of the Auditor General of Canada Report on Subproject 5 Collection of various Supreme Audit Institutions (SAI) work on IT Governance Setting up a database and results from a survey to all INTOSAI members May 2008

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44 Office of the Auditor General of Canada 4. Produce Interim Progress Reports for Task Force: Project leader: SAI Canada Due date: 2008 IT Standing Committee meeting Status: Completed

45 Office of the Auditor General of Canada Agenda Background Whats New in IT Governance Projects Status Next Steps

46 Office of the Auditor General of Canada Next steps 1. Collection of reference material on IT Governance Project leader: SAI Netherlands Assist: Lithuania, Japan, India Due date: Continue the collection of various SAIs work on IT Governance: Project leader: All Due date: Develop training material on IT Governance (2010) 4. Adapt Private Sector IT Governance material for Public Sector use (2010) 5. Produce Final Report of the Task Force (2011)

47 Office of the Auditor General of Canada QUESTIONS? THANK YOU! Richard Brisebois & Marie-Claude La Salle


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