Texas Continuity Crosswalk Standards Now Supported
HERNDON, Va. – The developer of myCOOP™, the most advanced Business Continuity Management System (BCMS) software in the world, is announcing special Crosswalk support for Texas statewide agencies. A 15 minute Crosswalk overview recording is now available.
Webinars lasting 30 minutes are scheduled this week for interested parties as follows:
"COOP has had Texas statewide agency customers for years. Late in 2013 we became aware of a new mandatory Texas standard called Crosswalk covering continuity planning for all statewide agencies. We have found a great fit with the capabilities of our myCOOP package," said Chris Alvord, CEO of COOP Systems. "Our first release in support of Crosswalk is now available."
All mandatory and optional Texas Continuity Planning Crosswalk features are met including:
- Texas Labor Code (Section 412.054)
- Texas Admin Code (Rule §202.24)
- Federal CGC 1: Continuity Guidance for Non-Federal Governments, July 2013
- FEMA Continuity Assistance Tool, September 2013
- Key Elements of Department Pandemic Influenza Operational Plans, FEMA
- Exercise Management
- Memorandum of Agreements
- Audit Reporting
In coming days COOP will be announcing availability through a large Texas Cooperative Contract reseller. Also, in addition to these basic Crosswalk functions, statewide Texas agencies can also take full advantage of additional myCOOP database capabilities covering the full lifecycle of the Professional Practices.
- BIA/Risk survey distribution and collection
- Planning integrated with dynamic tabular changes
- Training, Exercise and Maintenance management
- Options including Incident Command, Smart Phone, Advanced Audit, Advanced Workflow, and Mass Notification