Business Continuity

Housing Authorities must provide critical services and be responsive to clients and partners on a near daily basis. Whether providing round-the-clock property management services at a housing property, distributing millions of dollars in voucher payments to local landlords, or submitting regulatory reports to HUD and lenders, agencies must be prepared to absorb, respond to, and quickly recover from disruptions. Management’s challenges of preparing the agency for such a disruption can be overcome through Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning.

Organizational Resiliency

An integrated framework to assess, mitigate, and respond effectively to key risks throughout the enterprise.

A Bronner Business Continuity Plan will


  • Recovery priorities and interdependencies
  • Procedures required to continue critical processes during a disruption
  • Statutory and regulatory requirements
  • Vital records, equipment, and applications
  • Organizational risks


  • Clear direction for recovery actions
  • Plans for quickly reestablishing critical business operations
  • An integrated approach for communication and supports
The Bronner Approach


  • Current State Assessment
  • Business Impact Analysis
  • Assessment of Gaps and Risks


  • Business Continuity Plan
  • Governance Approach


  • Tests and Exercises
  • Training and Awareness
  • Plan Maintenance