Risk Handling (now called Risk Mitigation) is the process that identifies, evaluates, selects, and implements options in order to set risk at acceptable levels given program constraints and objectives. This includes the specifics on what should be done, when it should be accomplished, who is responsible, and associated cost and schedule. The most appropriate strategy is selected from these handling options. [1]

See Risk Mitigation for more details

Risk Handling: [1]

  • Describe Procedures to Determine and Evaluate Various Risk-Handling Options
  • Identify Tools to Assist In Implementing the Risk-Handling Process
  • Provide Guidance on The Use Of The Various Handling Options For Specific Risks
  • Identify Reporting Requirements

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Updated: 7/29/2017

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