Business Continuity Planning

BCP FAQs

What is “BCP”? BCP stands for Business Continuity Planning, or the practice of planning how your department will provide services or conduct departmental business during or after an emergency or disaster that may have both short-term and long-term consequences. What is the BCP Tool Online Plan Generator? Developed by OEP, the BCP Tool Online Plan Generator is an easy and efficient web-based method to create a Business Continuity Plan (BCP).  After department team members complete eight user friendly sections, the system will automatically generate a department-specific BCP. How do I access the BCP Tool? Department leads for continuity planning using ...
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BCP Registration/Plan Updates

If you are a first-time BCP user or if you are registering for access to a new department, go here:. https://emer.prepare.uga.edu/osepforms/bcp_dept_login.cfm To go to your department’s BCP, go here: https://emer.prepare.uga.edu/osepforms/BCP_plan.cfm ...
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Business Continuity Plan

Business Continuity Planning is the practice of planning how your department will provide services or conduct departmental business during or after an emergency or disaster that may have both short-term and long-term consequences. The Departmental Level Business Continuity Planning Tool was created to assist University of Georgia (UGA) departments in the development of business continuity plans specific to their unique departmental and building needs. This planning tool has been modified to be used by University of Georgia units for Business Continuity Planning for all types of disasters. A Business Continuity Plan (BCP) is different from a Building Emergency Action Plan ...
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Business Continuity Plan (BCP) Checklist

The following checklist identifies specific activities and suggestions to help departments in their continuity of operations planning efforts in order to resume departmental operations as quickly and efficiently as possible during and after an emergency that interrupts operations. Impact of Services: Plan for the impact of departmental services: Assign a departmental BCP coordinator with the following duties: Coordinate the development of the departmental Business Continuity Plan Act as liaison between various departmental and university units Coordinate departmental efforts during recovery Assign an alternate BCP coordinator to serve as a backup and assist the BCP coordinator Consider assembling an internal departmental ...
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