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SCRM – How Do You Define and Manage RISK?

February 2nd, 2022, 12:00 – 1:00 PM ET

 

SCRM – How Do You Define and Manage RISK?

Keynote Presentation

Dr. Carol Woody

Dr. Carol Woody

Technical Manager, Software Engineering Institute, CMU

ATARC’S Supply Chain Risk Management Working Group

Practices critical to monitoring and managing supply chain cybersecurity risks are scattered across many parts of the organization, which are typically isolated in stove-pipes.  The results provide inconsistencies, gaps, and slow response to crises for supply chain risk management (SCRM). Researchers have identified five major areas that must work together for effective linkage to address SCRM.  Why do organizations continue to operate ineffectively and what can they expect from implementing change.

Carol Woody will lead with a short presentation to share material about the research her team has been doing on challenges for integrating supply chain risk considerations into the acquisition and development lifecycle.  We have identified five areas that must coordinate to effectively to address SCRM.

The panel discussion to follow would be focused on how addressing coordination gaps relates to challenges each panel member has seen and the value and concerns improved collaboration will support.

 

Dr. Carol Woody

Dr. Carol Woody

Technical Manager, Software Engineering Institute, CMU

Nicholas West

Nicholas West

Acting Director, Office of GSA Acquisition Policy, Integrity & Workforce, GSA

Nnake Nweke, PhD (Engr.), Esq.

Nnake Nweke, PhD (Engr.), Esq.

Director Supply Chain Risk Management Division Information Technology Category (ITC) Federal Acquisition Service (FAS), GSA

Bill Harrod

Bill Harrod

Public Sector CTO, Ivanti

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