Risk management plans expert witnesses may consult on risk assessment, financial risk management, and related matters. The risk management plan prepared by the Northrop Grumman Corporation for Interoperability Montana explains risk management.
The identification of risk normally starts before the project is initiated, and the number of risks increase as the project matures through the life cycle. When a risk is identified, it’s first assessed to ascertain the probability of occurring, the degree of impact to the schedule, scope, cost, and quality, and then prioritized. Risk events may impact only one or while others may impact the project in multiple impact categories. The probability of occurrence, number of categories impacted and the degree (high, medium, low) to which they impact the project will be the basis for assigning the risk priority. All identifiable risks should be entered into a risk register, and documented as a risk statement.
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