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Mr. Emre Balibek, Ian Storkey, and Hakan Yavuz
Cash and debt management operations are part of the “transactional” functions of public financial management. It is critical that these functions are resilient to external disruptions, ranging from information and communication technology (ICT) system outages to natural disasters. This technical manual aims to provide guidance on the steps that government cash and debt management units can follow to develop and implement a practical business continuity plan that economizes the resources used. It also discusses the evolving nature of business disruption risks faced by cash and debt management over the last decade, including the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as risk mitigation solutions that have emerged.
Mr. Emre Balibek, Ian Storkey, and Hakan Yavuz

Cash and debt management operations are part of the “transactional” functions of public financial management. It is critical that these functions are resilient to external disruptions, ranging from information and communication technology (ICT) system outages to natural disasters. This technical manual aims to provide guidance on the steps that government cash and debt management units can follow to develop and implement a practical business continuity plan that economizes the resources used. It also discusses the evolving nature of business disruption risks faced by cash and debt management over the last decade, including the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as risk mitigation solutions that have emerged.

Mr. Emre Balibek, Ian Storkey, and Hakan Yavuz

can follow to address this shortcoming. In doing so, it addresses the following issues : How can government cash and debt management units develop and implement a practical business continuity plan (BCP)? How can the process of developing a BCP be simplified economizing the use of resources? How has the nature of the business disruption risks and the landscape faced by cash and debt management evolved over the last decade? What solutions have emerged to maintain business continuity? How has the recent COVID-19 pandemic affected business continuity planning