Capabilities

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Covenant Park's senior teams address highly complex risk and organizational alignment missions with practical, prioritized solutions for building resilience.

One of the tests of leadership is the ability to recognize a problem before it becomes an emergency

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The need for resilience affects every aspect of your organization. Some capabilities may be well developed, while others still need to be built. Wherever you are in that process, we are there to help you make the pieces fit, and grow them into a program focused on keeping what you value most operating as the world continues to change. Make use of our experience building resilience programs for many of the world’s most critical organizations to efficiently transform your organization. Be ready for anything.

Where is your team on your path to Resilience?

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Continuity

The capability of an organization to continue the delivery of products or services at pre-defined acceptable levels through significant changes or disruptions.

Emergency Management

Is the organization and management of the resources and responsibilities for dealing with all humanitarian aspects of emergencies (preparedness, response, mitigation, and recovery). The aim is to reduce the harmful effects of a crisis on personnel and operations.

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Reconstitution

The operations to bring new assets and surviving assets online in order to replenish lost or diminished functions to an acceptable level for a particular mission, operation, or contingency after a catastrophic event.

Devolution

Is the planned relocation and reallocations of operations, services, infrastructure during and after an event.

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Disaster Recovery

Usually applied to IT resources and other specialized equipment, the capability to bring critical technical resources back into operation following a disruption.