State & Local Government Business Continuity Software & Service
Software Helps You Comply With:
- Federal Information Security Act (FISMA) of 2002, Title III of the E-Government Act of 2002 (PL 107-347, 17 December 2002)
- Executive Order on Critical Infrastructure Protection in the Information Age, 16 October 2001
- COOP and Continuity of Government (COG). Federal Preparedness Circular 69, 26 July 1999
- National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Special Publication (SP) 800-34, Contingency Planning Guide for Information Technology Systems, June 2002
- NIST 800-53, Recommended Security Controls for Federal Information Systems, February 2005
- 6 CFR 2
In today's high risk environment, complete and effective business continuity plans are essential to State and Local Governments to ensure all parts of governmental functions are up and running during a crisis. From unemployment payments to public works, governmental agencies have more obligations to the public today than ever before. While it is common knowledge that emergency responders are important to public health and safety, many other critical governmental functions are often overlooked in the continuity planning process.
Contact Quantivate today to ensure your governmental agency can continue to serve its mandate for the public good during any crisis.
Quantivate™ Business Continuity (BC) software reduces the time you spend managing and maintaining plans. The solution enables you to understand your organization, develop implementable plans, keep your plans up-to-date, and increase the availability of critical operations across the enterprise. Quantivate BC is a repeatable methodology that removes single points of failure in processes and technology to ensure quantifiable risk measurement capability. This allows business continuity data to be harnessed for the greater Governance Risk and Compliance (GRC) good.
The following agencies are some of the current Government users of Quantivate's Business Continuity software:
- Oregon Secretary of State
- Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries
- King County Washington
- Josephine County Clerk's Office
- State of Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards & Training