Business Continuity & Disaster Preparedness

Logistics

We are experts in the following:

  • Continuity of Business Operations Planning
  • Vulnerability Assessment
  • Anti-Terrorism Operations and Strategy Development
Our Business Continuity & Disaster Preparedness team has worked with Military leaders at the world’s foremost war game facility at the U.S. Naval War College to create over 500 task, exercises and associated scenarios and experiences that explore a multitude of issues relative to Business Continuity and Disaster Preparedness by the Department of Defense.  Using the same successful techniques and methods developed and proven in military situations, we have researched, designed, and facilitated Business Continuity & Disaster Preparedness simulations for Military, Federal Agencies and Corporate Clients.

Our team is unmatched in its ability to use methodologies as tools for analysis and planning.  We can apply all types of simulations, and techniques from short-duration tabletop exercises to weeklong exercises linking geographically dispersed groups.

Experiences include:

  • Design and Process
  • Development of scenario’s and contextual background
  • Database design and implementation
  • Computer simulation and modeling
  • Facilitating
  • Data collection, analysis and reporting

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Our Business Continuity and Disaster Preparedness techniques can be applied to many issues, including:

  • Continuity of Business Operations Planning
  • Vulnerability Assessment
  • Anti-Terrorism Operations
  • State & Local Government Coordination
  • Cyber Security
  • Critical Infrastructure Protection
  • Strategy Development

Customers we have contracted with and types of Business Continuity and Disaster Preparedness readiness and simulations include the following:

  • Various federal, state and local governments and agencies (crisis and contingency planning, continuity of operations, future initiatives)
  • International Agencies (e.g. International Atomic Energy Agency)
  • Large insurance/financial institutions (e.g. catastrophic system failure)
  • Large businesses including tribal enterprises