The Association of Continuity Professionals is the nation's leading non-profit association, comprised of professionals who are responsible for or have an interest in business continuity, preventing disasters, providing disaster recovery information and facilitating the resumption of normal business activities following a major disaster.
Members of ACP nationwide represent business, industry and government organizations at all levels. Included are executives, administrators, managers, directors, writers, legal staffs, accountants, engineers, sales-persons, records managers, archivists and many more professionals.
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Building Our Bench Strength –
Is it time for a COVID After Action Review?
Join us September 13th for a round table discussion about two key topics: 1) what will be different about our updated pandemic response plan and 2) how has COVID and follow on impacts affected the contingency plans we used to depend on so strongly? Three of our members will seed the conversation with their reflections of their pandemic plans pre-COVID, during COVID and after COVID. They may share what the ‘work from home’, ‘far-remote work’, and ‘hybrid work’ has meant to their facility loss scenario planning and alternate site plans. Join us for the far ranging conversation and share on the these topics or perhaps how this strange labor and supply chain environment is impacting your plans. Our Program Director, Steve O’Neal, will lead this meeting.
We generally meet on the second Tuesday of each month at the United Way of Greater Houston building at 50 Waugh Street, but the actual date, time and location will vary for each event.
Please see each event's details for more information.
Please ensure your e-mail contact information is current on the ACP International site. Our chapter member contact information comes from the ACP International member database.