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There are three phases to the Pre-Planning portion of a Continuity of Operations project.

Project Initiation and Management

Establishes the need for a Continuity of Operations plan. This includes obtaining management support and organizing and managing this phase of the project to completion within agreed time and budget limits.

Risk Evaluation and Control

Determines the events and environmental surroundings that can adversely affect the organization and its facilities with disruption as well as disaster, the damage such events can cause, and the controls needed to prevent or minimize the effects of potential loss. A cost-benefit analysis is prepared to justify investment in controls to mitigate risks.

Impact Analysis

Identifies the impacts resulting from disruptions and disaster scenarios that can affect the organization and techniques that can be used to quantify and control such impacts. Critical functions are established, their recovery priorities, and interdependencies so that recovery time objectives can be determined.


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