Oversight Board – reporting requirements
Internal reporting by the Oversight Board
ICAS’ General Regulations require the Oversight Board to report:
- To Council, on an annual basis.
The Oversight Board fulfils this requirement through submitting the minutes of each meeting to Council.
Internal reporting to the Oversight Board
The Oversight Board receives reports from the Chairs of each of the Operational Boards at each meeting. This allows the Oversight Board to monitor the activities of these Committees, and ensure that their activities are aligned with ICAS strategy.
The Oversight Board will undertake a self-evaluation exercise in in the next twelve months. Such a review allows for a robust assessment of the effectiveness and impact of ICAS’ regulatory governance arrangements. The feedback will be used to ensure that the Oversight Board is fulfilling its remit under the General Regulations, and allow appropriate follow-up action to be taken on areas of improvement.
The Oversight Board is not required to undertake any public reporting.