The U.S. requires mission continuity plans in case of crisis events such as severe weather, pandemic, or terrorist activity for critical missions. These plans help ensure adequate resources and expertise are in place if a crisis requires mobilizing a mission to secondary locations.
Vibrint Mission continuity planners work in partnership with national security customers to develop resiliency plans to consider, prepare for, and execute the essential elements of continuity. These include program management plans, and procedures; essential functions; orders of succession; delegations of authority; communications and information systems; essential records management; alternate locations; human resources; devolution; and reconstitution. To ensure continued mission resilience, Vibrint conducts tests, training, and exercises of the mission continuity plans with our customers to ensure execution during times of crisis.
Based on the results of Vibrint’s mission resiliency planning, we provide actionable information to program managers, senior leaders, and other stakeholders, resulting in effective, responsive, and repeatable mitigation strategies. Our customers are then responsive to the crisis instead of reactive.