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Systematic Literature Review of the Risk Management Process Literature for the Public Sector

  • Eduardo Gomes SalgadoEmail author
  • Fábio Henrique dos AnjosEmail author
  • Vinicius Nogueira da Silva
  • Maik de Souza
  • Tomás Dias Sant’AnaEmail author
  • Paulo Henrique de Souza BermejoEmail author
  • Lucas Cezar MendonçaEmail author
  • Iara Ferreira Pinheiro
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 797)

Abstract

This paper is the result of a systematic review via a qualitative exploratory research approach of the risk management literature on the tools, techniques, software models, and methodologies used in private or public organizations. Publications in academic journals, book chapters, and other scientific articles were analyzed to enable the identification and definition of the techniques and applications of software and methodologies developed and used by various institutions to assist in the risk management development process. Different resources for risk management, such as agile and formal methods of management, were identified. It is worth mentioning that the revised tools, techniques, software, and methodologies were functional requirements for the later development of risk management software aimed at Brazilian public high-level educational institutions.

Keywords

Systematic review of the literature Risk management Risks Software 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Federal University of AlfenasAlfenasBrazil
  2. 2.University of Brasília / Head of the Research & Development Center for Excellence and Transformation of the Public Sector (NEXT)Brasília, Distrito FederalBrazil
  3. 3.Ministry of EducationDistrito FederalBrazil

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