Most organizations, whether public or private, prepare continuity plans to address potential interruptions caused by the physical threats in their community. These threats include power outages, severe weather, technology failures, fires, terrorism, as well as other proverbial “Acts of God.” Traditional business or organizational continuity programs address these issues through plans that clearly delineate essential personnel, alternate sites, and other planned mechanisms to minimize or eliminate the disruption of operations during an emergency.
The Invisible ChallengeWritten by ADAM CROWE, MPA
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