Audit and Risk Committee

The Sport Integrity Australia Chief Executive Officer (CEO) established the Sport Integrity Australia Audit and Risk Committee in compliance with section 45 of the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act and section 17 of the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Rule

The Committee’s role is to provide independent assurance and advice to the CEO on Sport Integrity Australia’s financial and performance reporting responsibilities, risk oversight and management, and system of internal control.

Members

The Audit and Risk Committee members are:

  • Ms Jennifer Clark (Chair)
  • Mr Loftus Harris AM
  • Ms Jenet Connell
  • Ms Carol Lilley.

The Deputy CEO Corporate, as Chief Audit Executive, and the Chief Financial Officer are permanent senior Advisers to the Audit and Risk Committee and attend all meetings. Representatives from the Australian National Audit Office (ANAO) and Sport Integrity Australia’s internal audit provider (BellchambersBarrett) attend all meetings as observers.

Functions

The functions of the Audit and Risk Committee as described under its charter include independently reviewing the appropriateness of Sport Integrity Australia’s:

  • financial reporting
  • performance reporting
  • systems of risk oversight and management
  • system of internal control.

Audit and Risk Committee Charter

The Audit and Risk Committee Charter [PDF 234KB] sets out the Committee’s role, authority, membership and tenure, functions, engagement, reporting and administrative arrangements.