Definition Edit

Continuity Communications Architecture (CCA) is

[a]n integrated, comprehensive, interoperable information architecture, developed utilizing the OMB-sanctioned Federal Enterprise Architecture Framework, that describes the data, systems, applications, technical standards, and underlying infrastructure required to ensure that Federal executive branch departments and agencies can execute their Primary Mission Essential Functions and Mission Essential Functions in support of National Essential Functions and continuity requirements under all circumstances.[1]

References Edit

  1. National Continuity Policy Implementation Plan, at 59.

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