DR Rules and Regs
Note: A Special Thank you DRJ’s Editorial Advisory Board for their incredible efforts to identify and compile this information.
*UPDATED – September 2019
The Rules and Regulations (“R&R”) committee of the DRJ has been providing one of the best resources for professionals within our industry. We requested additional volunteers in the Fall of 2018, and our call was answered by ten new volunteers.
Our renewed, larger committee has reviewed the entire data base and repaired any broken links and removed obsolete Rules & Regs. In addition, our efforts have provided us with an additional twelve items in our data base which include eight from the European Union.
We would like to continue to grow our list to include more Rules and Regs. We have had readers, like yourself, send in new Rules & Regs for our list. So, if you know of any we have not yet included, please let us know.
We look forward to your participation in this effort. Please reach out to Martin Myers (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Dave Dunlap (email@example.com) if you are interested in making our free industry resource even better.
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There are additional volunteer opportunities to serve our profession. In addition to our R&R committee. The DRJ offers five other committees who support the on-going efforts of the DRJ’s Editorial Advisory Board. For more details, see the ‘2019 03 DRJ EAB Summary of Supporting Committees’ downloadable on this page.
Serving on any of our committees is a win-win for us and for you. You would serve as a committee member, network with a team of dedicated folks, and walk away with a new experience. We would gain from your knowledge and in the end, provide an improved resource that we shared with our peers worldwide.
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Acknowledgements: 2019 DRJ EAB Rules & Regulations Working Committee: Co-chairs were Martin Myers (Independent consultant), and Dave Dunlap (Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation). Committee members include Robbie Atabaigi (KPMG, LLC), Jerry Bedwell (Deloitte Services LP), Crystal Carlson (AIG), Winston Clarke (Carefirst), Deborah Dix (Retired), Jason Haase (Jack Henry & Associates, Inc.), Colleen Huber (Nelnet), Joe Layman (Molina Health Care), Andrew McCruden (Independent Consultant), Tatiana Moklebust (AmerisourceBergen), Dorothy Murphy (Walgreen Co.), John Douglas Nelson (Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation), Lamar Poppell (Jack Henry & Associates, Inc.), Rytis Salys (Thermo Fisher Scientific), Lisa Smallwood (Perspecta), Lisa Tabor (DHS), Nadine Williams-Edwards, (Kronos Cloud), and Susan Zielan (CoreLogic).
Dave Dunlap, MBA, AMBCI, ITIL, is with Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation supporting the Business Continuity Technology Resilience team. With over 35 years of industry experience in infrastructure technology including applications and systems programming, operating system and subsystem maintenance, DR planning, and coordination and orchestration of DR testing, Dave now contributes to the control, governance, and assessment of the IT disaster recovery and business crisis management programs and exercises. He is a member of the North Texas ACP, and serves as a practitioner representative on the DRJ Editorial Advisory Board, and on the DRJ Career Development and Rules and Regulations committees.
Martin Myers, MS, MBCP, AFBCI, CERT, is a BC/DR/CM Consultant. He has 30 years of experience in developing and evaluating disaster recovery and business continuity plans including emergency preparedness and response, and crisis management for prominent domestic and international companies. Some of the companies he has worked for include Bank of America, CapitalOne, KPMG, HP, and SAIC. His work has taken him throughout the U.S., and to Canada, Bermuda, Panama, Costa Rica, Ireland, the United Kingdom, and South Korea. Mr. Myers is a former President of the DRJ Editorial Advisory Board.