A GUIDE TO CONTINUITY PLANNING IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR

 

COVID-19’s challenge to services?

As this crisis unfolded, the public sector found that its response to the virus was hindered by increased risks, staff shortages and inadequate equipment and technology. Putting the vital services they provide at risk when they are needed most.

But how could they be prepared for a challenge like this?
That’s why continuity planning matters for the public sector; it helps you expect the unexpected.

 

Keeping your services running

Continuity planning means being prepared and knowing what you’re capable of when challenged. Helping you understand how to respond and adapt your services to keep helping people throughout.
 

What are you facing?

Right now, the public sector is facing massive challenges ranging from loss of revenue streams (parking charges, council tax etc.), to lack of remote working capabilities, to greater demand‚Äč combined with staff shortages. All of which is putting a huge strain on services and threatens their future. Continuity planning keeps the public sector moving during challenges like these.

Download this helpful guide on how your continuity plan can help you identify what you can do to overcome these challenges, whilst supporting your people and keeping services working:

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