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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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1.0 GENERAL INFORMATION 1-1

1.1 Purpose 1-1
1.2 Scope 1-1
1.3 System Overview 1-1
1.4 Project References 1-1
1.5 Acronyms and Abbreviations 1-1
1.6 Points of Contact 1-1
1.6.1 Information 1-1
1.6.2 Coordination 1-1

2.0 PROJECT AND SYSTEM DESCRIPTION 2-1

2.1 Summary 2-1
2.1.1 Project Management Structure 2-1
2.1.2 Project Staffing 2-1
2.2 Risk Management Structure 2-1
2.3 Periodic Risk Assessment 2-1
2.4 Contingency Planning 2-1

3.0 SYSTEM SECURITY 3-1

3.1 Baseline Security Requirements 3-1
3.2 Baseline Security Safeguards 3-1
3.3 Sensitivity Level of Data 3-1
3.4 User Security Investigation Level and Access Need 3-1

4.0 RISKS AND SAFEGUARDS 4-1

4.x [Risk Name] 4-1
4.x.1 Risk Category 4-1
4.x.2 Risk Impact 4-1
4.x.3 Potential Safeguard(s) 4-1
4.x.3.y Safeguard Name 4-1

5.0 COST AND EFFECTIVENESS OF SAFEGUARDS 5-1

5.x Potential Safeguards 5-1
5.x.1 Lifecycle Costs Acceptable Safeguards 5-1
5.x.2 Effect of Safeguards on Risks 5-1
5.x.3 Economic Feasibility of Safeguards 5-1

6.0 RISK REDUCTION RECOMMENDATIONS 6-1

1.0 GENERAL INFORMATION

NOTE TO AUTHOR: Highlighted, italicized text throughout this template is provided solely as background information to assist you in creating this document. Please delete all such text, as well as the instructions in each section, prior to submitting this document. ONLY YOUR PROJECT-SPECIFIC INFORMATION SHOULD APPEAR IN THE FINAL VERSION OF THIS DOCUMENT.

The determination of the type of risk assessment to be performed relates to the decision made during the category determination process described in section 1.3 of the System Development Methodology. The level of effort required to perform a risk analysis will be much greater for a new development effort than for an enhancement of a system.

GENERAL INFORMATION

1 1.1 Purpose

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2 1.2 Scope

Describe the scope of the Risk Analysis as it relates to the project.

3 1.3 System Overview

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