Plan Development

Developing a Business Continuity Plan consists of six components:

  1. Developing the Plan Framework  
  2. Organizing Recovery Teams  
  3. Developing Relocation Plans
  4. Writing Business Continuity Procedures
  5. Documenting Manual Workarounds
  6. Assembling, Validating, and Approving the Business Continuity Plan 

Developing the Plan Framework

A plan framework provides a process for creating, maintaining and testing the Business Continuity Plan. The Business Impact Analysis (BIA), which identifies losses caused by interruptions to critical business processes, in combination with your organization's available budget and resources for emergency response, provides the framework (or outline) for developing a Business Continuity Plan that ensures continuity of operations.

Organizing Recovery Teams

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