2015 GRC Innovation Award Nomination Form

An overview of the 2015 GRC Innovation Award Process can be found here.

Please submit nominations before midnight on July 12, 2015.  Nomination forms will be reviewed in July, finalists selected and deeper dives in August, with recipients selected by end of August and announced in early September.  Award recipients will be announced to vendors at the end of August so that coordinated announcements/press releases can go out in the beginning of September.

Instructions & Notes:

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  • Please fill out the nomination form below with any relevant screen shots, technical details, product briefs, and video demonstrations.
  • It is strongly suggested that you print the form below and you gather your information and craft your answers before filling out form and submitting.
  • There is a save and continue button at bottom of form.
  • Please print your form before submitting as well as save the text of your answers. If you do not get a confirmation at the top of the page after submission then there may have been an error.
  • Any questions please send to GRCInnovationAwards@grc2020.com.

2018 GRC Value Award Nomination

  • GRC Solution Provider Organization Details

    The details requested in this section are for the organization overall and not specific to the solution.
  • Solution Provider Nomination Submitter Contact Details

    Please enter the contact information for the primary individual responsible for this nomination.
  • Case Study Client Reference

    All Value Award nominations are 100% based on value from a single case study. Please enter the contact details of your client case study so all data points can be validated should your nomination be selected as a finalist. No nomination will be accepted or reviewed unless a Case Study Client Reference is provided.
  • Value Award Case Study Details

    Please enter the details for this nomination.
  • There will only be one winner in each category and the winner is the value case study that presents the strongest number of hard facts (quantitative, money saved, time saved). Note that soft facts will be considered in case of a tie.
  • Please list your solution or solutions (if more than one) that are part of this value case study.
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  • Please avoid hyperbole and stick to specific facts and details.
  • Basically, why would organizations care about this and what value does it bring them.
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  • EFFICIENCY VALUE

    GRC solutions provide efficiency and savings in human and financial capital resources. Technology solutions that support business and GRC processes reduce operational costs by automating processes, particularly those that take a lot of time consolidating and reconciling information in order to manage and mitigate risk and meet compliance requirements. GRC efficiency is achieved when there is a measurable reduction in human and financial capital resources needed to address GRC in the context of business operations.
  • Hard facts are analytical, empirical, measurable, and objective. They typically have numbers or percentages involved and can be measured around volume, cost, savings, time, headcount, units/assessments, etc.
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  • Soft facts are subjective and are not empirical. They are more focused on gut feeling and not something that has been accurately measured.
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  • EFFECTIVENESS VALUE

    GRC solutions achieve effectiveness in risk, control, compliance, audit, and business processes. This is delivered through greater assurance of the design and operational effectiveness of controls to mitigate risk, achieve performance, protect integrity of the organization, and meet regulatory requirements. GRC effectiveness is validated when business processes are operating within the controls and policies set by the organization and provide greater reliability of information to auditors and regulators.
  • Hard facts are analytical, empirical, measurable, and objective. They typically have numbers or percentages involved and can be measured around volume, cost, savings, time, headcount, units/assessments, etc.
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  • Soft facts are subjective and are not empirical. They are more focused on gut feeling and not something that has been accurately measured.
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  • AGILITY VALUE

    GRC solutions deliver business agility where organizations are able to rapidly respond to changes in the internal business environment (e.g., employees, business relationships, operational risks, mergers, and acquisitions) as well as the external environment (e.g., economic risk, new laws, and regulations). GRC agility is also achieved when organizations can identify and react quickly to control failures/weaknesses, non-compliance, and adverse events in a timely manner so that action can be taken.
  • Hard facts are analytical, empirical, measurable, and objective. They typically have numbers or percentages involved and can be measured around volume, cost, savings, time, headcount, units/assessments, etc.
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  • Soft facts are subjective and are not empirical. They are more focused on gut feeling and not something that has been accurately measured.
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  • Further Details Needed

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