Reconsitution Diagram

Reconstitution in the government context refers to rebuilding efficient normal operational status after moving to a continuity of operations or devolution status once a threat or disruption has passed. In the commercial world organizations frequently have plans for disruptions that include reallocation of responsibility or function, and reconstitution serves as the transition from these extraordinary measures to more normal operations. In the event of a catastrophic loss to facilities, equipment or personnel, reconstitution planning and resources help speed the restoration of critical capabilities. If you would like to better understand how to handle the responsibilities, processes, and capabilities necessary for reconstitution, please sign up for a conversation with our experts.