Essential Records  Definition(s): Information systems and applications, electronic and hardcopy documents, references, and records needed to support essential functions during a continuity event. The two basic categories of essential records

Resilience  Definition(s): The ability to prepare for and adapt to changing conditions and recover rapidly from operational disruptions. Resilience includes the ability to withstand and recover from deliberate attacks, accidents,

Redundancy  Definition(s): The state of having duplicate capabilities, such as systems, equipment, or resources.  Source: FCD-1

Business Impact Analysis (BIA)  Definition(s): A method of identifying the effects of failing to perform a function or requirement.  Source: FCD-1 A Process of analyzing activities and the effect that

Continuity Plan  Definition(s): A documented plan that details how an individual organization will ensure itcan continue to perform its essential functions during a wide range of events that impact normal

Alternate Locations  Definition(s): Fixed, mobile, or transportable locations, other than the headquarters facility, where D/A leadership and continuity personnel relocate in order to perform essential functions following activation of the