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Created by Paul Striedl

Mid-Atlantic Disaster Recovery Association

Mid-Atlantic Disaster Recovery Association

Created by Laura Wilfong, Circulation Manager

MADRA was formed to foster communications among individuals, groups and the community working in the areas of Business Continuity Planning (BCP), Continuity Of Operations Planning (COOP) and Disaster Recovery (DR) Planning. By BCP, COOP and DR, we mean those disciplines required to recover an organization which has suffered a catastrophic event, seriously impairing its ability to perform its normal operations. In a simple word, "a disaster."

MidAmerica Contingency Planning Forum (MCPF)

Created by Lara Knebel

Please visit our website at The FORUM established to facilitate the exchange and dissemination of information regarding all aspects of contingency planning in both the private and public sectors, including business interruption avoidance, business resumption planning, contingency operations, and disaster recovery planning.

Midwest Contingency Planners

Created by Laura Wilfong, Circulation Manager

Midwest Contingency Planners, Inc. (MCP) was founded and established by Samuel J. Brummett, CBCP, on July 26, 1993. It is incorprorated in the state of Indiana as an independent not for profit corporation. The organization serves as a forum for business professionals working in the areas of business continuity, business resumption, contingency planning, disaster recovery and other related emergency recovery functions. Membership in MCP is open to all professionals interested in the many fields of crisis management, business continuity and disaster recovery regardless of age, color, handicap, national origin, race, religion, or sex. MCP meets in and around the Indianapolis, Indiana area. Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each even month, from 1:30 PM to approximately 4:00 PM. Meetings are hosted by the organizations represented in the Membership of MCP. The meeting format includes a brief business meeting followed by a short networking session where members share and help others with problems in the related fields. The meeting continues with a presentation or program on related Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Planning activities.