Response and recovery are often matters of life and death. Preplanning is part of response and recovery. Your boss loved the work you did in the Discussion Thread: Understanding Mitigation and Preparedness. You have just been appointed the new emergency manager for your agency. Before you, no one did anything in this area. Your boss calls you back in and wants to know where to start and what to do regarding these functional areas. (He or she is concerned with the agency itself, not so much the community or customers you serve at this point.)
Tell us what you would tell your boss and how you would go about this task. Be specific and detailed.
Your boss is going to move forward based on what you tell him or her. This includes many things, such as response, recovery, and all of their sub-components, such as but not limited to redundancy, resiliency, continuity of operations planning, training, equipping, budgeting, etc. You only get one chance to get it right with your boss to start all of this off correctly. Be detailed. (For this post, you do not need to cover mitigation or preparedness functions again.) What does the Bible say about response and recovery?
complete 8 Discussions in this course. You will post one thread of at least 750
words by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Thursday of the assigned Module: Week. You must
then post two replies of at least 250 words by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Sunday of the
assigned Module: Week. For each thread, you must support your assertions with
at least two scholarly citations in APA format. Each reply must incorporate at
least two scholarly citation (s) in APA format. Any sources cited must have
been published within the last five years. Acceptable sources include the textbook,
peer-reviewed journal articles, government sources, professional association