Management Principles

JAS-AAS commits to good governance through these 10 management principles;

  1. Is built on a system of delegations and authorities, acknowledgements and undertakings that ensures a high level of accountability.
  2. Is able to provide reliable assurance that it is functioning as the Governing Board and managers intend and there is a reasonable expectation that its obligations will be met.
  3. Has the capability and competence to meet the goals of the JAS-AAS.
  4. Recognizes the value of collaboration as essential to achieving the goals of the JAS-AAS.
  5. Understands the range of its compliance obligations and complies with these in a principled way.
  6. Is committed to the highest standards of ethical behavior, integrity and fairness.
  7. Is guided by financial stewardship to deliver value over profit and support a stable accreditation system.
  8. Manages knowledge, information and data as assets.
  9. Has a strong service orientation aimed at value for end-users through professional service delivery.
  10. Adopts an approach to strategy, planning and risk management that is systematic and comprehensive.

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