Risk Analysis/Mitigation/Response PlanNew York State Campground ProjectFile Name:RiskAnalysisPlan_6Apr08_ck2.2Created:6-Apr-08Modified:29-Apr-08Version:2.2 – corrected document title - ck1.0 Introduction.The objective of the project risk analysis is to document and evaluate the key riskexposures to the New York State Camping System project during pre-and post contractaward. The project risk analysis is designed to complement any other processes in placesuch as the business case supporting the project proposal. The project riskanalysis provides the New York State Project Manager with a summary of the potentialrisk exposures associated with partnering, with a contractor to accomplish the objectivesrequired of New York State. The analysis will locus on risk exposures during thecontract source selection process followed by a focus on risk exposures duringimplementation and operationofthe system.2.0 Pre-contract award risk identification2.1 Service risk factorsRisk factor - Change in an existing service. Response strategy – Requiresearly monitoring to ensure technical assistance issues are addressed adequately.Risk factor – Fiduciary responsibility for New York State funds. Responsestrategy – Requires on-site review every six months due to handling, ofstate funds. Determine if sound fiscal system is in place.Risk factor – SOW complexity. Response strategy – Requires early monitoringto ensure technical assistance issues are addressed adequately.Risk factor – Patrons exposed to safety hazards. Response strategy – Thecontract should address this risk by ensuring that adequate insurance is requiredRisk factor – Federal funding, is used on the project. Response strategy – Federalfundingrequirementsmustbeevaluatedtoensureallfederallyrequiredreporting, and controls are included in the contract and monitoring toolsRisk factor – Payment method to be used:
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