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A Well Written Risk Contains Effectively Written: 

  1. Title
    1. The title should briefly explain what consequences will happen if a risk is triggered:
      If [insert future event] occurs, then [insert impact]
      •[Event that has an effect on objectives] caused by [cause/s] resulting in [consequence/s]
      •[Event that has an effect on objectives] caused by [cause/s]. This may result in [consequence/s]
  2. Unmitigated Consequence
    1. The unmitigated consequence statement should clearly explain what will happen if no action is taken when a risk is triggered.

  3. Management Strategy
    1. The risk mitigation strategy should provide options and actions to enhance opportunities and reduce threats to project objectives.
  4. Contingency Plan
    1. The contingency plan should clearly explain what will be done to reduce the negative effects of a risk if an identified risk event should occur.

  5. Risk Trigger Description
    1. The Risk Trigger Description should be written in a way that effectively conveys the risk and its impact to people outside the L2 area and outside of XSEDE (NSF).
    2. Make sure that risk factors are stated clearly and concisely to support effective management of risk.
    3. The Risk Trigger Description should address:
      -What could happen?
      -Why could it happen?
      -Why do we care?
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