Active Risk Manager (ARM) is the de facto standard for the aerospace & defense industry
ARM meets all DoD requirements for qualitative and quantitative risk management
- DOD RIO Guide
- DoDi 5000.02
- OMB and GAO guidelines
- AS 9100
- DoD IMP/IMS Prep and Use Guide
- AFMC Pamphlet 63-5 IMP/IMS Guidance
- AF Pamphlet 63-128
- AFI 63-121
- AFI 91-202
- AFI 63-101/20-101
- MIL Standard 882D
- DI-MGMT-81650 – IMSANSI 748 Risk Management Requirements
- NIST Risk Management Framework
- DAU Guidelines
- ISO 31000
Risk management groups require a common platform to bring together the various tools and information processes that would be flexible enough to support local working practices. As well as managing enterprise risk globally, ARM is suitable for managing risk within projects while being compatible with standards.
ARM provides a comprehensive, real-time view of risk spanning your entire portfolio of programs. Supporting features include the reassessment of risks and roll-up to the organizational level.
Communication and collaboration of up-to-date risk data are vital to reducing the impact of risks. ARM enables organizations to easily organize program risk management processes through one comprehensive system. It does this by making it easier to identify and share best practices that eliminate complex spreadsheets. It also supports unique risk management profiles for different program requirements.
ARM has a unique security matrix that that allows participation in the risk management process at the level of detail and security based on the organization’s requirements. Granular roll-based access to risk, project, and program area based on security rights granted by the administrator.
Reduce unanticipated costs and schedule slippages – ARM provides a full lifecycle risk management system to proactively identify and analyze risk at the beginning of a program or project. It delivers real-time data to all stakeholders from proposal through to completion and can be used to create accurate risk-adjusted schedules and complete Schedule Risk Assessments (SRAs).