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Labor Code 412.054 on 2/24/2015

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Text of section effective until June 19, 2015

Sec. 412.054.  BUSINESS CONTINUITY PLAN. (a) Each state agency shall work with the office to develop an agency-level business continuity plan that outlines procedures to keep the agency operational in case of disruptions to production, finance, administration, or other essential operations.  The plan must include detailed information regarding resumption of essential services after a catastrophe, including:

(1)  coordination with public authorities;

(2)  management of media;

(3)  customer service delivery;

(4)  assessing immediate financial and operational needs; and

(5)  other services as determined by the office.

(b)  A business continuity plan is considered to meet the requirements of this section if the agency forwards the plan to the office for review and the agency is:

(1)  involved in the delivery of emergency services as a member of the governor's Emergency Management Council; or

(2)  part of the State Data Center program.

Added by Acts 2007, 80th Leg., R.S., Ch. 407 (S.B. 908), Sec. 11, eff. September 1, 2007.