It's not enough to have a continuity of operations plan.
What does COOP stand for?
COOP stands for Continuity of Operations Plan
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 36 other meanings of COOP in our Acronym Attic
- Center for Orthopaedic Oncology and Musculoskeletal Research
- Center for Wave Phenomena Object-Oriented Optimization Library
- Care of the Older Person
- CLIVAR Ocean Observing Panel
- Coastal Ocean Observation Panel
- Coastal Ocean Processes
- Concurrent Object-Oriented Programming
- Consideration of Others Program (US Army Intelligence and Security Command Human Relations Program)
- Contingency Of Operations Plan
- Continuity of Operations
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Pfister, a former United States Naval Officer, has 20 years of project/program management experience with physical and cyber security, as well as executing Continuity of Operations Plans.
In the first 90 days of continuity of operations plan activation due to the outset of an influenza pandemic, the tactical objectives will be to have the capacity to perform all mission-essential functions, as should be currently defined in each courts' continuity of operations plans and have the capacity to address all emergency matters and cases generated due to issues associated with the quarantine and isolation of individuals and other public health-related cases brought by public health officials.
The Continuity of Operations Plan has been executed amid fears al-Qaeda may get hold of a portable nuclear weapon.
The "DON CIP Consequence Management Planning Guide" provides step-by-step guidance on developing and maintaining effective continuity of operations plans and procedures.
In addition, agencies did not always effectively manage the configuration of network devices to prevent unauthorized access and ensure system integrity, patch key servers and workstations in a timely manner, assign duties to different individuals or groups so that one individual did not control all aspects of a process or transaction, and maintain complete continuity of operations plans for key information systems.