Overview Edit

The DHS Risk Steering Committee (RSC)

leads the development, implementation, and sharing of IRM approaches to support the management of homeland security risk. The RSC is the risk governance structure for the Department, formed to ensure that risk management is carried out consistently and compatibly throughout DHS. The RSC is a forum to exchange information, identify analytical guidelines, and vet and approve standards and integrated approaches to risk management across DHS.[1]

References Edit

  1. DHS Risk Lexicon, at 40.

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