Business Continuity Management Administrative Policy

Disruptive events may be local in nature, affecting only a single facility, or may have a regional impact, with multiple facilities across the geographic region being affected or becoming inaccessible.  The University is committed to maintaining the capability to continue the primary missions of teaching and learning, research, public service and human services despite potentially disruptive events, regardless of cause (natural or man-made, accidental or intentional). Ensuring the continuity and uninterrupted provision of critical operations and services requires ongoing Business Continuity Management (BCM).  The University must ensure and maintain its long-term viability in the event of an interruption to mission-critical and essential business operations.  Each business unit leader is responsible for building resilience into their day-to-day business operations through the implementation of these requirements and procedures.

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