Training on continuity of government and the provision of essential services was conducted with the support of the NATO PDP12 November 2021
With the coordination of the National Security Council’s Office and support of the NATO-Georgia Professional Development Programme (PDP), a two-day online training on continuity of government and the provision of essential services was conducted.
Head of the NATO Liaison Office in Georgia, Rosaria Puglisi and the Director of the National Crisis Management Center (Department) of the National Security Council’s Office, Giorgi Ghibradze, addressed the respective participants of the event with their introductory remarks.
The training was conducted by the experts of the UK Cabinet Office’s Emergency Planning College (EPC). Representatives of the National Security Council’s Office, as well as the representatives of the relevant state agencies participated in the two-day training.
The aim of the activity was to deepen knowledge of the representatives of agencies responsible for the continuity of provision of essential services, as well as capacity building of the state (institutions) with the aim of ensuring the provision of the abovementioned services, to the population, in times of crisis.
Ensuring the continuity of government and the provision of essential services represents one of the significant elements at each phase of the national-level crisis management.