Risk Analysis and Tools to Identify and Address Emerging Risks – 2021

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Karin Dasuki, Dept. of Energy Office of Finance and Accounting
Alyssa Smiley, Dept. of Homeland Security Risk Management and Assurance Division
Jing Williams, HHS Office of Financial Systems Policy and Oversight (OFSPO)
Moderator: Alyssa Fusisi, Kearney & Company

The pandemic and the associated risks experienced by Federal agencies exposed vulnerabilities for future major global events to influence the future risk landscape.  Emerging risks could have a significant impact on an agency’s ability to effectively and efficiently meet their mission.  This session discusses how agencies have built sustainable risk analysis using different types of technology and tools to support the ongoing identification and analysis of emerging risks that could have a significant impact on an agency’s mission delivery.

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