In a world where disasters can strike at any time and at any magnitude, it is important for Extension organizations to be resilient and assist their community through localized crises. Preparedness at the organizational level has a relational effect to the amount of support available to communities at their hour of need. When county Extension offices are prepared and have protocols in place to allow them to rebound quickly, office personnel are better equipped to facilitate and respond to recovery needs. This article presents Ohio's commitment to ensure emergency preparedness of its Extension county offices using business continuity plans.
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Jepsen, S., Reshan, A. I., & Mann, K. (2013). Developing Business Continuity Plans for County Extension Offices: The Ohio Approach. The Journal of Extension, 51(4), Article 24. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol51/iss4/24