Managing IT as a business

The purpose of this article is to define best practice factors for successful IT management in a central bank. While central bank and private sector IT managers share the same types of responsibilities and challenges, there are important differences related to the unique role central banks play in their national financial systems, their stewardship of public funds, and the very high importance they attach to reputational risk, including operations-related reputational risk.

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