Risk Management Toolkit

Support Assets


Risk Areas:

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Risk Areas' page

Process Assets
Standard Process
  • Definitions
  • Steps of Process
  • Tailoring Guidelines


  • Self Assessment
  • Compliance Process
  • CMMI Risk Management Goals
  • Risk Review


  • AF Policy Directive 90-9: Operational Risk Management, 1 April 2000
  • AFI 90-901: Operational Risk Management, 1 April 2000
  • AFMC Instruction 90-902: Operational Risk Management, Dec 2007

    Support Assets

  • Affinity Diagrams
  • Brainstorming
  • Risk Plotting
  • Risk Statements


  • Individual
  • Consolidated
  • Risk Areas

  • Tools & Techniques

  • RiskNav
  • Risk Matrix
  • Risk Radar


  • Risk Process Orientation
  • Detailed Risk Process
  • Facilitator Training


  • Sample Risk Management Plan
  • Process Lessons Learned


    Supporting tools, techniques, etc., required for supporting the effort.


    • Does the program use tools for:
      • for office automation?
      • for program management?
      • scheduling?
      • communications?
      • requirements management?
      • risk management?
      • configuration management?

    • How are tools chosen?

    • How are tools funded?

    • How reliable are the tool results?

    • Are tool results accurate enough for program use?

    • Do tool results require manual intervention or manipulation?

    • Are program staff trained on tool use?

    • Are tools being used by appropriate program personnel?

    • Have arrangements been made with the tool supplier for:
      • training?
      • technical support?
      • upgrades?
      • consulting?

    • Is the contractor using tools?

    • How does the contractor use tools chosen by the program office?

    • How do stakeholders use tools chosen by the program office?

    • How will the contractor and the government share data stored in tools?

    • Does the tool satisfy the DoD 5000 requirement for an Integrated Data Environment (IDE) on the program?

    • What happens on the program if tool becomes unavailable or unsupportable?

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