Disaster Recovery Service Level Management Standard Requirements
- Command Center. In a crisis, the role of a command center is to coordinate recovery efforts by assessing damage, assigning tasks and tracking progress. Where is the command center?
- The plan may also include ideas for community outreach. If it is an all encompassing disaster, is there any role the organization might play in assisting the community?
- Do you know what staff is needed for each business, as well as the decision-making process at each location and when others are needed?
- Do you have access to immediate disaster resources, such as cash, housing arrangements and transportation, for at least two weeks?
- What, if any, exceptions exist for disaster recovery, evaluation, installation, test/development, and migration activities?
- Would there be loss of good will, poor public image and embarrassment for non-performance of this function?
- Is your workforce prepared at home so that it can leave loved ones to come to the aid of the organization?
- Are all vendors/contractors aware that others must comply with the Disaster Recovery Planning Guidelines?
- Have the Business Owners defined recovery priorities based on the information from the BIA, RTO, and RPO?
- Who provides information to external parties, including other agencies, vendors and public authorities?
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