As the State of Nevada begins to reopen with careful consideration, we look forward to working with all the counties to review and update their Continuity of Operations Plans (COOP.)
According to FEMA, an organization may need to adapt and adopt new processes, address physical and psychological impacts to personnel, recover records and files, reestablish communications and IT equipment, or acquire specialized equipment to regain full functionality.
Planning for reconstitution requires expertise and coordination from the entire organization and coordination with partners and stakeholders throughout the community.
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White House Guidelines
FEMA’s National Continuity Programs offers additional continuity of operations and reconstitution planning guidance and resources, including:
Continuity Guidance Circular: www.fema.gov/continuity-guidance-circular-cgc
NCP’s Continuity Resource Toolkit for continuity and reconstitution tools, templates, and resources: www.fema.gov/continuity-resource-toolkit