Business Continuity Plan

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Essay #: 056177
Total text length is 9,031 characters (approximately 6.2 pages).

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Business Continuity Plan
New York University
Department of Facilities and Construction Management
HVAC Shop
Policy
The intent of this plan is to ensure the continuity of the operations of the HVAC Shop of the Department of Facilities and Construction Management (F&CM) at New York University (NYU) in the event of emergency. As the University of California, Berkeley, Office of Continuity notes, it is important for universities to have such plans in place in order to “continue [our]teaching, research and service mission with minimal interruption” (“Office of Continuity Planning”). The plan will consider the organizational structure, functions and dependencies of F&CM and the HVAC Shop toward the end of maintaining operations at NYU at...
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