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  • 1. CC Pace Business Continuity Planning Simplified CC Pace BCP Tool Preview
  • 2. Introducing the CC Pace BCP Tool
    • The CC Pace BCP Tool was designed with bankers for bankers.
    • The methods and reports are the same high quality tools that our consultants employ when performing BC Planning for our clients - but at a fraction of the cost.
    • The system is internet based, allowing for flexible access.
    • This tool was designed for rapidly changing threat environments, to think beyond a single site event, and to facilitate maintainability.
  • 3. CC Pace BCP Tool Preview
    • The tool has four levels of access:
      • Project Administrator – your BCP Manager, responsible for the overall maintenance of the plan, identification of business units, systems, vendors, facilities and team members.
      • Business Unit Leaders – responsible for the identification of all business functions within their unit, and the assignment of those functions to a manager.
      • Function Managers – identified by the Business Unit Leader, Function Managers will be guided through a series of questions that will generate a corporate wide Business Impact Analysis and therefore prioritize each function according to its overall criticality.
      • Emergency Management Team – generally comprised of executive management and board members, this team will be able to drill down into each business unit and function to quickly determine what must be done in the event of an emergency.
  • 4. Overview
    • Each user has a distinct series of screens that are dynamically built based upon the user who logged into the system.
    • Users will only see the components they are allowed to access. They can be held accountable for the work they must perform via monitoring tools accessible to the project manager, business unit leads and emergency management team members.
  • 5. The Project Administrator
    • Each user has a customized help screen, custom tabs and links to pertinent external resources.
    • The Project Administrator begins by creating the “project” and entering corporate-wide data.
  • 6. The Project Administrator
    • The PA will:
      • create the project,
      • identify business units, systems, facility locations, remote facility options,
      • vendors and so on.
    • Once the project is set-up the PA can then monitor the progress of each business unit and function.
  • 7. The Project Administrator
    • This screen is used to create users of the system.
    • Gathering this information in advance is critical, but easily maintained after the initial creation.
  • 8. The Project Administrator
    • All business units are identified on this screen.
    • In addition, systems are identified and assigned to each business unit to facilitate the Business Impact Analysis.
    • In most cases there will be a one to one ratio between business units and managers.
  • 9. The Project Administrator
    • The Project Administrator has a checklist to ensure that all information has been gathered and uploaded properly into the system.
  • 10. The Project Administrator
    • Once all components of the project have been completed, the PA is responsible for report generation.
    • The final report is built in MS Word to allow for maximum flexibility. The report is easily sent out to individual business units on an as needed basis.
  • 11. The Business Unit Leader
    • The Business Unit Leaders are responsible for identifying all functions that exist within their unit.
    • Once the functions have been identified and assigned to a manager, the progress of each is easily tracked through this status page.
  • 12. The Business Unit Leader
    • This screen is used to create, edit, and delete functions as well as to assign users to the function for further analysis.
  • 13. The Business Unit Leader
    • The Business Unit Leader is responsible for assigning a primary remote facility for each function within his or her unit, as well as assigning a level of criticality to each system the unit employs.
  • 14. The Business Unit Leader
    • All users are responsible for maintaining their own contact information within the system.
    • A non-work number is required in addition to the work number.
  • 15. The Function Manager
    • The Function Manager has only one, yet very important tab they must work with.
    • 37 questions must be answered pertaining to their function, including criticality, manual process, identification of cross trained employees, etc.
    • The answers will drive the overall business impact analysis and determine which processes MUST be performed in order to continue business in the event of a disaster.
  • 16. The Emergency Management Team
    • The Emergency Management Team has read-only access to the entire corporate plan with the ability to:
      • drill into each business unit, and applicable functions
      • view information regarding the unit or function,
      • view status
      • view answers to submitted questions
      • view top line reports at the company level.
  • 17. The Reports
    • As processes are completed the Project Administrator can generate reports that may be exported to an applicable MS Application.
    • Data is then placed into the BCP Template for final approval and formatting.
  • 18. The Reports
    • The final report contains section by section corporate plans, forms for reporting, EMT procedures, general legal language, etc.
    • Institutions may choose to amend some language within the document to further customize the report.
    • MS Word is used for report creation to facilitate customization.
  • 19. That’s Great! What does it Cost?
    • CC Pace offers this tool in three forms:
      • Purchase the tool only for $3,500.
      • Purchase the tool in conjunction with consulting support.
        • Our highly trained professionals will guide your BCP manager through the process, assist with implementation and leave the tool behind for your maintenance. The costs will vary depending upon the size of your institution, and a statement of work would be required.
      • CC Pace will create your BCP for you using this tool, and will leave the tool behind for your future updating .
        • Our consultants will create your initial plan using this tool, and conducting a series of interviews with the appropriate individuals. The costs will vary depending upon the size of your institution, and a statement of work would be required.
    • The Tool is available at a discount through many banking associations. Check your association websites for more information!
  • 20. Interested? Contact Us CC Pace 4100 Monument Corner Dr Suite 400 Fairfax, Virginia 22030 703.631.6600 Pam Winks Banking Services [email_address]