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FAQs Committee

FAQs Committee

April 18, 2019

Mission Statement

To support and contribute to global information sharing in Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning fields for the Disaster Recovery Journal (DRJ) community.

Member Roles & Responsibilities

Participate in committee meetings.
Contribute to FAQ Committee initiatives and projects.
Leverage innovation, ideas and information
Support fellow professionals and working groups
Demonstrate leadership, where possible
Promote the DRJ.

Meeting Frequency

Committee meetings are held monthly for 1 hour via web and conference call. All committee members are expected to attend. Should a member fail to attend 3 consecutive meetings, the Chair will contact the member to determine whether they wish to continue with the committee.

Time Commitment

The average time commitment for attending committee meetings is 12 hours per year. We anticipate an additional 12-24 hours per year may be spent on working groups, related tasks and activities.

Contributions and Compensation

Your contributions are much appreciated! All work and tasks performed are indeed very important and are done for the betterment of the industry. In addition, we understand your time commitment is based on your availability and may be impacted by your organization commitment and responsibilities. While we are very grateful of your time and expertise, we offer no compensation of any sort to members.

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