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COOPronyms COOP Gospel It's All a Part of the Plan COOP in Action Key COOP Terms and Elements
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What is the Emergency Relocation Group
ERG
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What is Federal Continuity Directive 2
This document helps Federal Executive Branch departments to conduct a Business Process Analysis and validate Mission Essential Functions.
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What is a Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP)
This document contains an organization's/jurisdiction's mission essential functions and priorities for continuity of operations following an emergency.
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What is a Continuity Manager
The senior continuity planner responsible for coordinating overall continuity activities within the organization or jurisdiction.
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What is Continuity
The ability to provide uninterrupted services and support, while maintaining organizational viability, before, during, and after an incident that disrupts normal operations.
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What is a National Essential Function
NEF
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What is the Continuity Guidance Circular (CGC)
This document is a resource for federal and non-federeal entities to guide, update, and maintain continuity planning efforts.
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What is the Emergency Operations Plan (EOP)
This document contains the overall organizational strategy and concept of operations concerning emergency management and organizational responsibilities during an emergency.
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What is an Alternate Work Location/Facility
A physical space that provides the capability to perform mission essential functions until normal operations can be resumed.
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What is All-Hazards
A classification encompassing all conditions, environmental or human-caused, that have the potential to cause injury, illness, or death; damage to equipment/infrastructure; or cause degradation to social, economic, or environmental aspects.
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What is a Business Impact Analysis
BIA
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What is the Homeland Security Act of 2002
This act created the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
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What is a Standard Operating Guideline (SOG) or Standard Operating Procedure (SOP)
This document contains specific or tactical tasks and duties in relation to a specific function or activity.
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What is an Essential Record
Records an organization needs to meet operational responsibilities under emergency conditions.
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What is Information Technology
Many organizational systems and capabilities are reliant upon this to access data, complete critical tasks, and communicate rapidly.
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What is an Essential Supporting Activity
ESA
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What is Presidential Policy Directive 40 (formerly National Security Presidential Directive 51/Homeland Security Presidential Directive 20)
This directive established a comprehensive national policy for the continuity of federal government structures and operations, a single National Continuity Coordinator, and the National Essential Functions.
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What is the Emergency Action Plan (EAP)
This document contains emergency policies and procedures for responding to a variety of threats and hazards that can impact the facility.
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What are Orders of Succession
The order in which and conditions under which the responsibilities and authorities of a public official are passed to another official when the original holder of the responsibilities and authorities is unable or unavailable to exercise them.
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What are satellite systems
These systems offer voice, video, and data capabilities should terrestrial communications fail or for use at locations less likely to be served by terrestrial systems, such as wireline or cell networks.
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What is an Enduring Constitutional Government
ECG
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What is Presidential policy Directive 8
This directive established a National Preparedness Goal that identifies the Core Capabilities necessary for preparedness and a national preparedness system to guide activities that will enable the Nation to achieve the goal.
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What is a hazard-specific annex or incident-specific annex
This document describes duties and responsibilities for individuals or agencies when responding to and recovering from a specific type of hazard.
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What is a Delegation of Authority
An official mandate calling on the individual holding a specific position to assume responsibilities and authorities not normally associated with that position when specified conditions are met.
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What is the Telecommunications Service Priority (TSP)
This program authorizes national security and emergency preparedness organizations to receive priority treatment for vital voice and data circuits or other telecommunications services.






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