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2008 Annual Report
2008 Annual Report
V. Management Control
Enterprise Risk Management
The CFO Act extends to the FDIC the FMFIA requirements for establishing, evaluating and reporting on internal controls. The FMFIA requires agencies to annually provide a statement of assurance regarding the effectiveness of management, administrative and accounting controls, and financial management systems.
The FDIC has developed and implemented management, administrative and financial systems controls that reasonably ensure that:
The FDIC’s control standards incorporate the Government Accountability Office’s (GAO) Standards for Internal Control in the Federal Government. Good internal control systems are essential for ensuring the proper conduct of FDIC business and the accomplishment of management objectives by serving as checks and balances against undesirable actions or outcomes.
As part of the Corporation’s continued commitment to establish and maintain effective and efficient internal controls, FDIC management routinely conducts reviews of internal control systems. The results of these reviews, as well as consideration of the results of audits, evaluations and reviews conducted by the GAO, the Office of Inspector General (OIG) and other outside entities, are used as a basis for the FDIC’s reporting on the condition of the Corporation’s internal control activities.
To determine the existence of material weaknesses, the FDIC has assessed the results of management evaluations and external audits of the Corporation’s risk management and internal control systems conducted in 2008, as well as management actions taken to address issues identified in these audits and evaluations. Based on this assessment and application of other criteria, the FDIC concludes that no material weaknesses existed within the Corporation’s operations for 2008. This is the eleventh consecutive year that the FDIC has not had a material weakness; however, FDIC management will continue to focus on high priority areas, including the Temporary Liquidity Guarantee Program, IT systems security, resolution of bank failures, and privacy, among others. The FDIC will also address all control issues raised by GAO related to its 2008 financial statement audits.
Management Report on Final Actions
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