ANZ Gateway Assurance® Master
Organisations and government agencies continue to be asked by their customers and governments to implement reforms faster, better and for less. Agencies are meeting this challenge by adopting more agile approaches to transform their services and their operations, and by doing so, are becoming better placed to support governments to deliver their reform agendas.
In support of this, Global Digital Assurance® is offering the world’s first master’s level accreditation program for the very best gated assurance professionals. Master accredited individuals from this program are able to provide high value independent assurance review services, to support organisations and government agencies with their delivery of programs and projects.
This program has been designed for only the most highly experienced and industry leading gated assurance professionals. Achieving the ANZ Gateway Assurance® Master (GAM) accreditation provides industry leading assurance review professionals with a rigorous, highly recognised and evidence based global accreditation in ensuring the leadership and delivery of ICT enabled projects.
ANZ Gateway Assurance® Master, candidates are accredited based on submission (evidence) of their gated assurance reviews experience. This submission is evaluated by the Global Digital Assurance® expert evaluation panel – with accreditation awarded to those assurance professionals who can demonstrate superior gated assurance review credentials.
The ANZ Gateway Assurance® Master accreditation submission is submitted online via our tailored virtual accreditation platform, which:
- is available and securely managed through any internet enabled device browser
- can be initiated at a pace and time that suits busy industry and public sector professionals
The ANZ Gateway Assurance® Master accreditation, includes real-time access to contemporary ANZ Global Digital Assurance® libraries, including:
- reviewer guides
- project life cycle assessment guides
- current gated and agile assurance delivery articles