Overview

Sword GRC provides the world's first risk management software that drives business performance by enhancing visibility, accountability and confidence at project, program and enterprise levels. Active Risk Manager (ARM) is the first solution available which integrates Risk Management, Cost Management and Schedule Management to show the real impact of risk, to enable better-informed decisions, and the ability to leverage risk to create competitive advantage. Visit www.sword-grc.com or email info@sword-grc.com for more information.”

Contracts

Federal

GSA Schedule 70

GS-35F-0119Y
Dec 20, 2011- Dec 19, 2021

SEWP V

NNG15SC03B/NNG15SC27B
May 01, 2015- Apr 30, 2025

State and Local

CMAS

3-12-70-2247E
Aug 28, 2012- Mar 31, 2022

City of Seattle Contract

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Jul 11, 2014- Dec 19, 2021

Department of General Services PA - Symantec

4400004253
May 01, 2009- Dec 19, 2021

State of Indiana Contract

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Aug 01, 2017- Jul 31, 2021

State of New Mexico Contract

80-000-18-00002
Aug 01, 2017- Aug 01, 2021

Education

Massachusetts Higher Education Consortium (MHEC)

MC15-04
Aug 10, 2019- Jun 30, 2022

VASCUPP

UVA1482501
May 02, 2014- Dec 19, 2021

Events

Archived Events

News

Latest News

Sword GRC has released dates for its Risk Management Workshops Tour of North America, part of the series ‘Risk Management by Design’ being held in the US and UK in 2020.
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The goal of the U.S. government's Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) protocols is not to completely eliminate risk, but rather to increase risk awareness and prepare for the worst case scenario.
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Sword Active Risk, a supplier of specialist risk management software and services, has announced a new partnership agreement with Carahsoft Technology Corp., a government IT solutions provider. ...
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Resources

Case Study

NASA remains a leading force in scientific research and in stimulating public interest in aerospace exploration, as well as science and technology in general.

At the heart of NASA is exploration and with exploration comes risk. These risks take many forms and fundamental to every mission requ...

US Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC) has responsibility for everything from the most complex fighter aircraft to uniforms. To ensure correct funding and resource investment decisions are made, AFMC needs to know the risk profile of each USAF program. Decisions can then be made whether additional fun...

Resource

AFMC selected Active Risk Manager (ARM) to monitor the risks of current and future programs, and for the rationalization and allocation of resource across the whole program portfolio. The Deputy Assistant Secretary for Acquisition Integration sponsored the evaluation and subsequent purchase of AR...

In 2011, Raytheon launched an ambitious Enterprise Risk Management program designed to change its risk culture from reactive to proactive, and to accurately forecast and mitigate the impact of risk on key programs. Raytheon’s ERM program is underpinned by Active Risk’s ARM (Active Risk Manage...

The size and complex nature of the F-35 program led Lockheed Martin to select Active Risk Manager (ARM) to provide a common system to comprehensively manage risks. ARM is a web-based solution which enables the integration of all risk-related data into a common system. This meant Lockheed Martin...

Since its inception in 1958, NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) has accomplished many great scientific and technological feats. NASA technology also contributed to the military-industrial complex, where adaptations have benefited us mere earthlings. For example in 2000 NASA sta...