Federal IT Program Management

We employ a strong risk-management framework.

Our Peer-to-Peer Model reduces risk throughout a project’s life-cycle.

Using a checklist, we conduct one-time and ongoing activities to minimize risk factors, noting them in the Risk Management Log. We regularly review and update the Log, and keep it online for all team members to see—including the customer.

We analyze many risk factors.

At the beginning of a project, we identify and analyze many potential risk factors including:

  • Transparency
  • Governance
  • Oversight
  • Staffing
  • Requirements
  • Stakeholders
  • Schedule
  • Cost

We control risk through a systematic process.

As a project progresses, we minimize risk by proceeding step-by-step:

  1. Planning: integrate risk management activities into the project plan.
  2. Identification: determine which risks might affect the project, and describe them in detail.
  3. Analysis: prioritize risk factors and estimate their effects on project objectives.
  4. Response planning: develop procedures to reduce threats to project objectives.
  5. Monitoring: monitor residual risk and evaluate the effectiveness of risk reduction plans.
Peer-to-Peer Risk Model

When project risk is distributed in a collaborative Peer-to-Peer model their is no single point of failure. Cost related to risk is significantly reduced.

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