Technology Recovery Management
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The following resources provide policy, standards, and guidelines to assist state agencies in the development and maintenance of their Technology Recovery Plan (TRP), business continuity plan and technology recovery management programs.
- State Administrative Manual (SAM)
- Statewide Information Management Manual (SIMM)
- Continuity Planning
The SAM is a central point for statewide policies, procedures, regulations and information developed and issued by authoring agencies such as this Office, the Department of Finance (Finance), Department of General Services (DGS), and Governor's Office. The following SAM policies directly relate to technology recovery and business continuity requirements.
|Business Continuity with Technology Recovery||5325|
|Technology Recovery Plan||5325.1|
|Technology Recovery Training||5325.2|
|Technology Recovery Testing||5325.3|
|Alternate Storage and Processing Site||5325.4|
|Information System Backups||5325.6|
The following SIMM sections are applicable to Technology Recovery Plan requirements.
|Designation Letter (doc)||5330-A||The Designation Letter provides the California Office of Information Security with a contact for the agency's Information Security Officer, Technology Recovery Coordinator, and Privacy Program Coordinator designees. This letter is due by January 31st of each year and within 10 business days if changes occur.|
|Technology Recovery Plan Instructions (pdf)||5325-A||This document identifies ten (10) sections that describe the minimum requirements that an agency must include as components of its Technology Recovery Plan.|
|Technology Recovery Program Certification (doc)||5325-B||Agencies must file this Certification every year. Use of the Cross Reference Worksheet is optional if the TRP submission follows the SIMM 5325-A format.|
|Schedule for Submission of Technology Recovery Plans||N/A||This schedule indicates the due date for each organization. The schedule can be sorted by Organization Code (Org. Code), State Agency, and Submission Date.|
The following links to the Governor's Office of Emergency Services' (Cal OES) Continuity Planning Maintenance Program requirements.
|Cal OES Continuity Planning||N/A|
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