The Disclosure, Assurance and Institutional Research portfolio includes the following programs:
Deborah Williams is the Associate Vice-President, Disclosure, Assurance and Institutional Research.
The portfolio is guided by the following core principles:
- Equity: inclusivity and respect for diversity.
- Stewardship: the responsible management of public resources through effective risk management and governance.
- Objectivity: unbiased and independent advice and oversight
- Integrity: transparency, ethical conduct and governance, and compliance.Evidence: the rigorous use of appropriate evidence, and aggregate data where possible, to advise organizational decision making.
The following factors are critical to the success of our programs:
- People: sustaining expertise in areas of core competency: audit, analysis, risk management, quality management, human rights and disclosure;
- Infrastructure: providing consistent access to a high-quality business intelligence and reporting, including the data warehouse;
- Relationships: fostering formal and informal connections with senior leaders, administrative areas, and program delivery partners throughout the campus community;
- Credibility: building and maintaining a reputation for independence, expertise and integrity across all Audit & Analysis programs;
- Legislative and regulatory environment: responding to and influencing changes in the context shaping the portfolio’s compliance, assurance and analysis functions.