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Consortium Agreement

An agreement made by a group of organizations to share processing facilities and/or office facilities, if one member of the group suffers a disaster.

Contact List

A list of key people to be notified at the time of disruption or as needed. The contact data used by Call Tree and Cascade processes and systems.

Contingency Fund

A budget for meeting and managing operating expense at the time of a business continuity invocation.

Contingency Plan

An event specific preparation that is executed to protect an organization from certain and specific identified risks and/or threats. A plan to deal with specific set of adverse circumstances.

Contingency Planning

Process of developing advanced arrangements and procedures that enable an organization to respond to an undesired event that negatively impacts the organization.

Continual Improvement

Recurring activity to enhance performance

Continuance of Government (COG)

This is a US concept for how government entities plan to continue the key elements of public governance in emergency situations.

Continuance Of Operations Planning

This has applicability mainly in the United States. In most countries BC plans are used for both private and public sector bodies including government entities. In the US COOP is sometimes used as an alternative term to BCM even in the private sector.

Continuity of Operations (COOP)

Management policy and procedures used to guide an enterprise response to a major loss of enterprise capabilities or damage to its' facilities. It defines the activities of individual departments and agencies and their subcomponents to ensure their essential functions are performed.

Continuity Of Operations Plan (COOP)

Management policy and procedures used to guide an enterprise response to a major loss of enterprise capabilities or damage to its' facilities. It defines the activities of individual departments and agencies and their subcomponents to ensure their essential functions are performed.