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State Water meets stringent risk and compliance obligations

Established in July 2004, under the State Owned Corporations Act (1989), State Water is New South Wales’ (NSW) rural bulk water distribution corporation, annually delivering more than 4,600GL of water to regional NSW on average, along 7,000km of rivers. In accordance with water sharing plans, State Water also delivers about 9,000GL of water for the environment.

With 300 employees, State Water’s teams operate from regional centres throughout NSW and work closely with water users and Customer Service Committees to set asset management priorities and distribute water efficiently in regulated river valleys.

As one of Australia’s largest rural bulk water distributors State Water face various business challenges including meeting risk and compliance obligations to secure their operating licence, ensuring accountability and ownership of risk and compliance obligations across the organisation and developing an effective enterprise-wide risk management framework.

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