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About the Internal Control Roundtable

The Internal Control Roundtable, is a forum of state executive branch professionals in finance, internal control, and internal auditing. The Roundtable meets every six weeks and has presentations, expert panels, trainings, current events, and open discussions on key agency internal control challenges or related topics that affect state executive branch agencies.

Roundtable meetings are a forum for members to network with other state employees in similar roles. Attendance at the Roundtable builds relationships and tools for members to meet statewide obligations and hear the latest updates in state government internal control, audit, and risk management.

The IC&A Unit takes and maintains minutes of the Roundtable and distributes key resources to support members.  The Unit is focused on identifying and providing content that is effective and saves you time so you can focus on being the best internal control, audit, finance, or risk management professional on behalf of your agency and the State of Minnesota.

If you would like more information on the Roundtable or would like to attend, please email the Internal Control & Accountability Unit.

Internal Control Roundtable Meeting Schedule

Next Meeting
Thursday, May 31, 2018, 9 - 11:00 a.m.

Courtney Quinn, Internal Controls & Audit Manager for the Department of Veterans Affairs, will host the meeting at the Veteran's Service Building, fifth floor conference room. The Veteran's Service Building is located at 20 West 12th Street, St. Paul, MN 55155.

Roundtable members should enter the building through the central walkway west-side doors and take the elevator to the fifth floor. There is no check-in or other security protocols to follow but please note the doors are locked prior to 8:00 a.m. Parking information - Lot K is closest to Veteran's Services Building.

If you require an accommodation, please contact Angelina Barnes (651-201-8119) by Thursday, May 24.

Meeting Agenda

  • "Becoming a Risk Assessment Champion." Angelina Barnes, Enterprise Director of Internal Control and Accountability at Minnesota Management and Budget (MMB) will pick-up where the last Internal Control Roundtable meeting ended and lead a discussion on the importance of Risk Assessment Champions as a strategy to increase your agency internal control and risk assessment capacity and success. The session will include an introduction, small group discussion work, and large group collaboration.
  • Open Forum

Internal Control Roundtable Meeting Minutes

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