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contingency plan

tactics which would be adopted in the event of a firm's original plans being thwarted. It is important for a BUSINESS to establish contingency plans so that they have a fall-back position. If, for example, a key component supplier is unable to deliver on time, the firm should have alternative suppliers lined up to avoid excessive disruption to its own production process.
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I applaud everyone who came together this year to get the drought contingency plans done.
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At first minister's questions, Ms Sturgeon was asked by Tory Highlands MSP Edward Mountain for an update on Scottish Government contingency plans to minimise disruption.
Following reports of concerned voters where they were asked to leave their ballots to the BEI in the precincts with malfunctioning VCMs, Comelec spokesperson James Jimenez said that this was simply part of the contingency plan. "Meron tayong contingency resolution and one of the contingencies outlined there is that the machine refuses to function or magkakaron ng delay sa replacemnt," Jimenez said.
The spokesman told CNN that the contingency plans are part of Operation Redfold - the British military's crisis management operation in the scenario of a no-deal Brexit.
In a statement, David Mundell MP and Oliver Mundell MSP said: "We have contacted the Post Office to ensure contingency plans are in place and that they are committed to working with the community to find other opportunities, if there is a negative outcome with the sale.
It found that eight out of ten companies feel that Brexit has had a negative impact on investment decisions, while 39 per cent are set to trigger contingency plans if no clarity has been given by November.

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