Resiliency refers to the ability of operable systems to recover from mishap, change, misfortune, or variation in mission or operating requirements. Encompassing the technical aspects as well as the end-user information exchange aspects of interoperable communications, resiliency insures that the interoperability of communications systems is not affected by known or unknown circumstances of change. Resiliency also refers to the ability of the system to evolve and advance as new technologies or capabilities are developed. Furthermore, resiliency is a reflection of the flexibility of the system to respond to changes in operational requirements or implementation strategies and technologies.

Communication Plans

    Continuity Plans

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      Interoperability Plans

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