Focused on improving the financial well-being of all Oregonians, the Oregon State Treasury provides a variety of essential services to the State’s estimated 4.2 million residents. As such, it must make every effort to ensure these services remain available even in the face of a disruption. That’s why the department has worked so long and so very hard to develop a comprehensive and meaningful Continuity of Operations (COOP) plan over the last few months.
Last week, the Oregon State Treasury saw the fruits of their labor as BOLDplanning conducted a highly anticipated Plan Finalization Workshop. The workshop, which was facilitated by company representatives, Matt Eyer, PMP, CHS-V, CBCP, and Brittney Whatley, CBCP, was held in advance of a tabletop exercise. It will take place over the summer.
“The Treasury’s COOP plans look great and function well,” said Whatley. “Everyone, BOLDplanning included, is eager to put them to the test and show off their great planning skills to other departments within the State of Oregon in the months ahead.”