BCDR Plan definition

Examples of BCDR Plan in a sentence

  • At the Supplier’s request, the Customer shall provide the Supplier with a copy of its BCDR Plan.

  • The Supplier develop a BCDR Plan and shall ensure that it is linked and integrated with the Customer’s BCDR Plan and the Supplier shall review and amend its BCDR Plan on a regular basis and as soon as is reasonably practicable on receipt of an amended Customer BCDR Plan from the Customer; and the Supplier shall ensure that its Sub-Contractor’s BCDR Plans are integrated with the Supplier’s BCDR Plan.

  • In all other instances the Contractor shall only invoke or test the BCDR Plan with the prior consent of the Authority.

  • The CONTRACTOR shall perform secure back-ups of all CUSTOMER Data and shall ensure that up-to-date back-ups are stored off-site in accordance with the BCDR Plan.

  • The CONTRACTOR cannot claim relief from a Force Majeure Event to the extent that it is required to comply with the BCDR Plan but has failed to do so.

More Definitions of BCDR Plan

BCDR Plan means the Supplier’s plan relating to business continuity and disaster recovery as referred to in Clause 15 (Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery) and Schedule 9 (Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery);
BCDR Plan means any plan relating to business continuity and disaster recovery as referred to in paragraph 2.6 of the Order Form; ["Bronze Licence Terms" means the terms set out in Schedule 7 paragraph 1 that shall apply to all elements of Bronze Software;] ["Bronze Software" means software identified as such in paragraph 4 of the Order Form;]
BCDR Plan means the plan consisting of general business continuity and disaster recovery principles, the Business Continuity Plan and Disaster Recovery Plan as further described in paragraph 1.2 of Schedule 2-14.