PPR (Program Project Risk) Tool

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Contents
1 What is the PPR Tool?
2 Benefits of using the PPR Tool
3 Who uses the PPR Tool
4 References

What is the PPR Tool?

The PPR Tool is a web-based application that is used to manage programs and projects. The data contained in the tool is a source for executive and management reporting, workflow requests, assessment, and reviews. In short, the PPR Tool:

  1. is the enterprise system of records for program and project management, setup and status information
  2. incorporates various risk management elements, activities, and information to enable more effective program and project risk management
  3. allows program and project managers to document key approvals in one central location
  4. captures the data used for monitoring and reporting on controls

Benefits of using the PPR Tool

  1. Easy to use
  2. Works with the Program and Project standards
  3. Helps manage risk
  4. Provides an audit trail for progress and projects

Who uses the PPR Tool

  1. Program Management Office
  2. Program Manager
  3. Project Manager
  4. Technology Project Solutions Manager
  5. Risk Reviewer
  6. Champion, Sponsor, Service Delivery Executives

References

  1. Identifying and Managing Project Risk: Essential Tools for Failure-Proofing Your Project. Tom Kendrick. AMACOM publishing, 2015.


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