Disaster recovery plan

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(DRP).

A disaster recovery plan is a clearly defined and documented plan for use at the time of a business emergency, event, incident or crisis.

Typically a plan will cover all key personnel, resources, services and actions required to implement the business continuity management (BCM) process.


Also known as a business continuity plan (BCP).


See also


Other link

Contingency planning for a downturn in the economy: a treasurer’s checklist.

This is a general pre-crisis treasury planning briefing and also discusses the impact on a firm's general business.