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Risk-informed Application to System Performance and Safety

Risk-informed Application to System Performance and Safety

Second NASA Probabilistic Risk Assessment Workshop June 19, 2001 Keynote Address by Dr. Michael A. Greenfield, Ph.D.
"The Inherent Values of Probabilistic Risk Assessment" Second NASA PRA Exchange of Information Workshop, June 19, 2001, Keynote Address by Dr. Michael A. Greenfield, Ph.D. Former Deputy Associate Administrator Office of Safety and Mission Assurance NASA Headquarters PDF
Risk Management, What have we learned?
"Risk Management: What We Have Learned?" A presentation at the Symposium on Risk, Hampton, Virginia on May 9, 2001 by Dr. Michael A. Greenfield, Ph.D., Former Deputy Associate Administrator, Office of Safety and Mission Assurance PDF
Risk Management Tools "Risk Management Tools" Presentation given to the Risk Management Colloquium at Langley Research Center, May 2, 2000 by Dr. Michael A. Greenfield, Former Deputy Associate Administrator for the Office of Safety and Mission Assurance. Click the button to see the presentation in PDF Format.PDF
RBP Risk Balancing Profile Tool -- "Although a 'rule-based' fixed requirements driven approach in the past served the Agency well in the safety and mission assurance disciplines, those days are now over." PDF
Risk as a Resource Click here to view The "Risk Management - Risk as a Resource" Page
R-BAM Click here to view The "Risk-Based Acquisition Management (R-BAM)" Page
B,F,C

NASA FBC Task Final Report: "Of all the hundreds of people interviewed within Government, Industry and Academia, no one said we should discard FBC and go back to the 'old ways.'” See the presentation. PDF (Large File- >1 MB)

B,F,C

Report on Project Management in NASA by the Mars Climate Orbiter Mishap Investigation Board: "The success of “Faster, Better, Cheaper” is tempered by the fact that some projects and programs have put too much emphasis on cost and schedule reduction (the 'Faster' and 'Cheaper' elements of the paradigm)." Read the report. PDF

Accident Normal Accident Theory PDF
R-BAM

The draft rule for RBAM changes to the NASA FAR Supplement was published in the July 20, 1999 Federal Register. Click here to view the draft rule


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