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1 Alphabet Soup Vital Records SHHH! Disaster Plans Records Tragedies

2 BIA

3 What is a Business Impact Analysis?

4 FEMA

5 What is the Federal Emergency Management Agency?

6 COOP

7 What is Continuity of Operations?

8 DARM

9 What is the Division of Archives and Records Management?

10 PARIS

11 What is Public Archives and Records Infrastructure Support grants program?

12 Records needed for emergency operations and to protect financial and legal rights.

13 What are vital records?

14 A plan to keep the flow of government functioning during emergencies.

15 What is Continuity of Operations (COOP) or Business Continuity Plan (BCP)?

16 The practice, often used in vital records programs, of transferring duplicate copies to several locations other than where the originals are housed.

17 What is dispersal?

18 The periodic replacement of obsolete records with current records.

19 What is cycling?

20 Duplicate copies of records stored offsite.

21 What are backups?

22 A stable temperature no higher than 21. degrees Celcius (70 degrees Fahrenheit) and a stable relative humidity between 30 and 50 percent relative humidity.

23 What is the environmental standard for archival storage?

24 A method of drying watersoaked records in “airless” chambers.

25 What is vacuum drying or vacuum freeze drying?

26 A process by which the pH of paper documents is raised to a minimum value of 7.0.

27 What is deacidification?

28 It can start growing in less than 72 hours and causes irreparable damage to records and can pose a health hazard to staff.

29 What is mold?

30 A computer program which replicates itself into other programs with the intent to cause damage.

31 What is a virus?

32 This is used to contact staff in an emergency.

33 What is an emergency phone tree?

34 The safety of your staff.

35 What is the first priority in an emergency and in recovery?

36 Records that determine who takes the place of unavailable staff, their duties and their powers.

37 What are delegations of authority?

38 A facility fully equipped for resumption or continuation of operations of an agency in the event of an emergency.

39 What is a hot site?

40 The most likely substance to damage records.

41 What is water?

42 These were carried to safekeeping across the Potomac in 1814.

43 What are the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution?

44 Genealogists and historians mourn the loss of these records.

45 What are the 1890 census records?

46 A 1973 fire in St. Louis destroyed these records.

47 What are military service records from WWI, WWII and the Korean War?

48 This 1999 hurricane that caused damage to local government records in New Jersey.

49 What is Hurricane Floyd?

50 These records were damaged in the 1980 State House Annex fire.

51 What were the Superior Court records?

52 FINAL JEOPARDY

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