Risk Management Toolkit

Support Assets

Tools & Techniques

Risk Radar

Risk Management home

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

  • Training

  • Risk Process Orientation
  • Detailed Risk Process
  • Facilitator Training


  • Sample Risk Management Plan
  • Process Lessons Learned


    For additional information on risk management best practices and lessons learned, please see the Risk Management topic and articles in the online MITRE Systems Engineering Guide.

    About Risk Radar
    Risk Radar is a risk management database to help project managers identify, prioritize, and communicate project risks in a flexible and easy-to-use form. Risk Radar provides standard database functions to add and delete risks, as well as specialized functions for prioritizing and retiring project risks. Each risk can have a user-defined risk management plan and a log of historical events.

    A set of standard short- and long-form reports can be easily generated to share project risk information with all members of the development team. The number of risks in each probability/impact category by time frame can be displayed, which allows the user to drill down through the data to uncover increasing levels of detail.

    Risk Radar allows the user the flexibility of using automatic sorting in addition to manually moving risks up and down in setting priority rank.

    Risk Radar

    Screenshot of Risk Radar

    A description of Risk Radar Enterprise, as well as links to their various products can be found on the Pro-Concepts website. You can access information about the Risk Radar 2012 under their products tab on this site.

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