Carahsoft Technology and Sword Active Risk have entered an agreement to add the latter’s risk management tool to Carahsoft’s positions under the General Services Administration‘s Schedule and NASA’s Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement V contract vehicles.
Reston, Virginia-based Carahsoft said Tuesday it will offer Active Risk Manager to U.S. government agencies under the partnership agreement.
Keith Ricketts, marketing vice president at Sword Active Risk, said the partnership gives the company an opportunity to work with Carahsoft and its reseller ecosystem to support customer’s risk management policies and processes.
Active Risk Manager works to gather an organization’s risk and opportunity data into an integrated system to eliminate the need for multiple spreadsheets and help leaders make decisions.
The platform is also designed to score and evaluate qualitative and quantitative risks as well as establish appropriate controls and risk mitigation strategies, Carahsoft noted.