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Evaluating Readiness and Ensuring Resiliency of Today’s Enterprises

Being ‘prepared’ is no longer an option in today’s all-hazards world – it’s a requirement

Every enterprise, regardless of its mission, operates in a challenging environment. Since September 11th, 2001, these challenges have become even more daunting.  Threats of terrorism, natural hazards, accidents and unforeseen circumstances have tremendous potential for causing ripple effects that can put operations, reputation and overall performance at risk. 

Catalyst Partners believes resiliency — the ability to withstand any of these ‘all-hazard’ threats by reacting, responding and recovering — is the key to long-term sustainability and success.  The firm’s partners – some of whom held key leadership positions in, and worked closely with the US Department of Homeland Security to design key resiliency programs are leaders in the ongoing development of policies, programs, standards, strategies and partnerships that enable resiliency to happen. 

If you are looking to improve your enterprise’s overall readiness and resilience, Catalyst Partners can help you get there.

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