The effectiveness of the effort's acquisition strategy and the process for implementing and sustaining the strategy.
Read about Acquisition's risks.
How the contractural process influences the effort.
Read about Contracting's risks.
The risk that a program will not meet its acquisition strategy cost objectives established by the acquisition authority.
Read about Cost's risks.
Commerical Off-the-Shelf (COTS)
Commercial items that require no unique government modifications or maintenance to meet the needs of the procuring agency.
Read about COTS' risks.
The context in which the program or enterprise operates, the boundaries that constrain it, and any externalities that may influence it.
Read about Environmental Aspects' risks.
The organizational technologie, e.g., pland an machinery, required to support the effort.
Read about Facilities' risks.
The process of monetary control being exercised over the effort.
Read about Financial/Funding's risks.
The design features and operating characteristics of a system that create significant risks of bodily injury or death.
Read about Health Hazards' risks.
The systematic application of relevant information about human abilities, characteristics, behavior, motivation, and performance.
Read about Human Factors' risks.
Technical and management activities conducted to ensure supportability implications are considered throughout the acquisition process to minimize support costs.
Read about Logistics Planning's risks.
The capability to plan, resource, control, and monitor the effort.
Read about Management's risks.
The number of military and civilian personnel required and potentially available to operate, maintain, sustain, and provide training for systems.
Read about Manpower's risks.
The cognitive and physical capabilities required to be able to train for, operate, maintain, and sustain material and information systems.
Read about Personnel's risks.
Pertains to the cost, schedule, and performance characteristics of an acquisition program.
Read about Programmatic's risks.
How well a mission requirement can be supported or the validity of a mission-related capability against a threat.
Read about Requirements' risks.
The assets needed and available to meet the effort's objectives, including but not limited to personnel, facilities, training, etc.
Read about Resources' risks.
The characteristics of a system that minimize the potential for human or machine errors/failures that cause injurous accidents.
Read about Safety's risks.
The ability to develop a realistic series of things to be done in sequence of events within given period (timeframe) that fully considers resource usage and availability.
Read about Schedule's risks.
Computer programs, procedures, and possibly associated documentation and data, pertaining to the operation of a computer system.
Read about Software's risks.
The design characteristics of a system and planned logistic resources that allow for the meeting of system availability and wartime utilization requirements.
Read about Support's risks.
The capability of a system and its crew to avoid or withstand a man-made hostile environment without suffering an abortive impairment of its ability to accomplish its designed mission.
Read about Survivability's risks.
A process that includes translating requirements, integrating team inputs, managing interfaces and technical risk, transitioning technology, and verifying that designs meet operational needs.
Read about Systems Engineering's risks.
Process by which a system or components are exercised and results analyzed to provide performance-related information.
Read about Testing's risks.
Supporting tools, techniques, etc., required for supporting the effort.
Read about Tools' risks.
The instruction/education, on-the-job or unit training required to provide personnel with essential job skills, knowledge, values, and attitudes.
Read about Training's risks.
Areas in Progress:
- "Culture" Change
- External Interfaces
- Operational Site Activation
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