|L - Lead time, Line Rerouting, Loss Reduction, Lost data||
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The time it takes for a supplier to make equipment, services, or supplies available after receiving an order. Business continuity plans should try to minimize lead time by creating service level agreements (SLA) with suppliers or alternate suppliers in advance of a Business Continuity event rather than relying on the suppliers' best efforts.
A service offered by many regional telephone companies allowing the computer center to quickly reroute the network of dedicated lines to a backup site.
Designated position activated at the time of a Business Continuity event to assist in managing the financial implications of the event and should be involved as part of the management team where possible.
The technique of instituting mechanisms to lessen the exposure to a particular risk. Loss reduction involves planning for, and reacting to, an event to limit its impact. Examples of loss reduction include sprinkler systems, insurance policies, and evacuation procedures.
The data which is lost between the time of the last backup of data and the business disruption event (see also work backlog).