The Corporate Board of The Association of Contingency Planners announces the posting of a white paper compiled of member thoughts and recommendations regarding the response and preparedness measures surrounding Hurricane Katrina. This document serves as a culmination of ACP’s recent polling of its membership to provide their unique perspective as practitioners on the event.
ACP CEO and Chairman, Paul Striedl states, “We have an opportunity to leverage the largest body of intellectual capital in the industry to ensure that the events of Hurricane Katrina are not repeated. ACP is dedicated to keeping the awareness of continuity and preparedness in the forefront of businesses, government and citizens across the country.”
The document is available for download at:
Founded in 1983, ACP is a non-profit trade association dedicated to fostering continued professional growth and development in effective contingency and business resumption planning. With 35 chapters and over 1,900 members, ACP is the largest networking and information exchange organization in North America for business continuity and disaster recovery professionals. ACP membership is open to anyone with an interest in or responsibility for the varied aspects of contingency planning.
ACP Public Relations/Marketing Director
Leah A. Farr, CBCP
Click here to see all ACP News