The Institutional Risk Management (IRM) program provides Harvard's schools, central administration and senior leaders with a structured process to identify, assess, prioritize and manage risks and opportunities in support of the University's academic and research mission.
The IRM program is led by the University Risk Management Council, co-chaired by the Executive Vice President and Deputy Provost, and staffed by Risk Management and Audit Services (RMAS). A list of Harvard's school and central administration risk leaders can be found here.
Please see the FAQs section of this page for additional information regarding the IRM program. You are welcome to contact one of the staff members listed on this page for additional information regarding the IRM program, including the services we can provide to assist you in better understanding and managing your risks.