The Association of Contingency Planners extends its heart, compassion and support to the people of Paris and all French citizens. ACP is an association of people; people who hurt for Parisians and their countrymen as they, not long ago, hurt for us. Our commonalities will always outnumber our differences, and always connect us in the spirit of goodness and respect. While no people should have to surrender innocence to evil, no evil can defeat a people united in strength, courage and righteousness.
We in the United States stand strong with the people of Paris and the citizens of France!
Nous avons dans la position des États-Unis fort avec le peuple de Paris et les citoyens de France!
The Association of Contingency Planners (ACP) fosters the growth of the business continuity industry through its network of industry experts, education and the exchange of information and best practices to facilitate the timely resumption of business operations at acceptable levels following significant interruptions.
ACP supports its members in being successful in their professions by providing educational opportunities, guidance in navigating the certification process, job opportunities, local and national connections, and other resources to facilitate career growth.
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ACP Member Co-Authors Continuity 2.0 Manifesto
ACP North Texas Chapter member Mark Armour (right) has collaborated with David Lindstedt, Ph.D in authoring Continuity 2.0 - A Manifesto, a look into the future of Business Continuity.
The authors suggest traditional approaches to BCP have become increasingly ineffectual, and define Continuity 2.0 as a methodology for continuously improving an organization's response and recovery capabilities, with a focu