The commission should revise its existing recovery plan to include detailed procedures for rebuilding its technology infrastructure at an alternate processing site.
CPUC is in the process of revising update Business continuity plan to incorporate the infrastructure changes.
The Commission continues to work to improve the recovery plan with detailed procedures for rebuilding its technology infrastructure.
CPUC Business Continuity Plan is in draft form and scheduled to be completed April 30th, 2016.
The commission explained that as a result of our follow up work, it reevaluated its progress and now believes it has not fully implemented this recommendation. The commission estimates that it will not achieve full compliance with SAM Chapter 5300 until December 2019.
Recovery plan updates will be addressed in Business continuity plan as a subset of Security assessment. Contract has been awarded and CPUC staff is working with consultants.
Recovery plan updates will be addressed in Business continuity plan as a subset of Security assessment (RFO was released).
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*Agency responses received after June 2013 are posted verbatim.