The answer lies not in being able to predict the next crisis but in being prepared for whatever it may be.
Posts Tagged: COOP
Having the necessary tools is step one for shifting to telework. Are organizations providing the necessary equipment, connection, access and security to employees?
In March 2020, GovLoop conducted a community survey on the state continuity of operations (COOP) across the federal, state and local levels. The survey found varying levels of continuity preparedness across different government organizations.
Agencies need to consider how their continuity of operations (COOP) plans can enable the entirety of their workforce to work remotely and securely.
On Monday morning I woke up to the horrible news that the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital nurse diagnosed with the Ebola virus over the weekend was a 2010 graduate of Texas Christian University. As a Fort Worth resident, proud TCU alum, and daughter of a recently retired nurse, the news hit home. I also hadRead… Read more »
Have you thought about how your company will function in the event of a terrorist attack or natural disaster? In a post-9/11 and Hurricane Katrina world, this is a must. FEMA recommends that every business have an Emergency Plan as well as a Continuity of Operations plan (COOP) in order to maintain essential business functions.Read… Read more »