Business Continuity

Government entities must provide critical services and be responsive to clients and partners on a near-daily basis. 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 re-establishing 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