Presented by Workday
As governments look to reboot their local economies in response to the COVID-19 crisis, there is a resurgence of interest in modernizing business continuity infrastructure, policies and practices. Here’s how state and local governments are rising to the challenge.
Over the last year, the term ‘business continuity’ has taken on new meaning. Once a periodic exercise to help organizations prepare for an unforeseen or temporary event, such as a snowstorm or natural disaster, the phrase is now at the forefront amid a persistent and global pandemic. Today, as state and local agencies have gained a new appreciation for operational resiliency, many are revamping their business continuity strategies.
Click here to find out how state and local governments are rising to the challenge.
This content is made possible by our sponsor Workday; it is not written by and does not necessarily reflect the views of Route Fifty's editorial staff.