The independent Danish Intelligence Oversight Board (TET) has devised a systematic approach to sequencing and scheduling oversight activities. What type of engagement or task is most pressing, and why is it required? If controlling data processing by intelligence services should take precedence, which database run by which service should be selected for which kind of inspection? To arrive at answers to these and similar questions, the TET uses a risk assessment to prioritize and schedule its work. Overseers calculate risk scores for specific intelligence systems within their oversight mandate; these scores help them to determine the types and timing of inspections and other oversight tasks. Once the TET has completed mapping all systems and devices of which it is aware and to which it has access, it applies a set of fixed categories to assess the risk associated with each system and its various sub-components. The risk scores serve as a basis for creating the annual oversight plan, which sets the priorities for the oversight body and provides an overview of all controls and oversight processes.