The 2011 InterAgency Collaboration Roundtable

"Igniting the Power of Collaboration: Knowledge Sharing and Transfer Practices to Solve Business Problems Across Agencies"

The first InterAgency Collaboration Roundtable event, which took place at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland on May 3-4, 2011, invited partners from various banking regulatory organizations to network with colleagues, learn from industry experts, and share collaborative practices through a series of interactive sessions, presentations, and networking opportunities.  Representatives from Deloitte, U.S. Air Force, APQC, Forrester Research and Microsoft facilitated planning sessions and best practices presentations to explore areas such as key success factors for interagency collaboration, business requirements, barriers, and action steps to move forward.

Following the event, 89% of the participants said they have a better understanding of knowledge sharing and collaboration and 97% of participants said they have ideas to on how they will engage colleagues in this effort.

Over 70 attendees represented the following organizations:

Conference of State Bank Supervisors (CSBS)

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)

Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC)

Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA)

Kentucky Department of Financial Institutions

National Credit Union Association (NCUA)

Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC)

Board of  Governors of the Federal Reserve System

Nine of twelve Federal Reserve Banks

As a direct result of the event, the InterAgency Collaboration Steering Group (ICSG) was formed which includes representatives from five regulatory organizations, the Board of Governors, and six Federal Reserve Banks. The mission of the ICSG is to encourage, facilitate, enhance and grow knowledge sharing and collaboration capabilities and practices across financial regulatory organizations.  These strategies will help connect people across organizations, increase the speed of abilities to share knowledge, gain insights on emerging trends, and accelerate decision making on actions needed from a regulatory standpoint.

For more information on the 2011 event, view the agenda and speaker bios