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Three Ways a “Proof of Concept” Approach can Improve EOP, COOP and COG Planning

Just mention the acronyms EOP, COOP and COG, and some organizations and government agencies can get a little antsy. That’s because they know that writing Emergency Operations Plans and Continuity of Operations/Government Plans can be somewhat daunting, not to [...]

Don’t Just Plan Ahead, Budget Ahead for Preparedness Plan Updates, Workshops and Exercises

Emergency planners know that having an Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) and/or a Continuity of Operations/Government Plan (COOP/COG) just makes good business sense. So does keeping such plans up to date and actionable at all times. Unfortunately, most find the [...]

BOLDplanning Welcomes Dr. Janey Camp As Newest Member of Consulting Team

In keeping with its mission to “constantly deliver top flight services through emergency and continuity plans that genuinely work today and tomorrow,” BOLDplanning is always working to strengthen its team of certified planners and subject matter experts. The newest [...]

Featured Resource: Creating a Culture of Preparedness with the Preparedness Cycle FrameworkTM

Creating a “culture of preparedness” within communities (or organizations) is a smart and worthwhile goal. But achieving this means emergency management leaders must first create an internal culture that fosters best practices and is committed to strategic planning disciplines. To improve [...]

BOLDplanning Supports Emergency Preparedness in Georgia, Conducts COOP Workshops in City of Powder Springs

It seems like just yesterday when BOLDplanning representatives, Carlin Alford, and Brittney Whatley, CBCP, first met with the City of Powder Springs, Georgia, to discuss the development of their Continuity of Operations (COOP) plan. Actually, it was mid-December 2018. [...]