The disaster recovery manual (DRP) is the key document that will be used at the moment of a declared 'disaster'. It needs to be kept up to date by the Disaster Recovery Co-ordinator so that all the elements in it can be relied upon at the moment of crisis. This DRP is based on a cold site plan but the structure can be used for cold, warm and hot disaster recovery plans. It contains examples of mainframe present and future requirements calculations and shortfall assessments. International IT planning document. See
Disaster recovery manual (DRP) for the moment of a declared 'disaster'.