An interim site may be defined as a temporary location used to continue performing business functions after vacating a recovery site site and before the original or new home site can be occupied.

A move to an interim site may be necessary if ongoing stay at the recovery site is not feasible for the period of time needed or if the recovery site is located far from the normal business site that was impacted by the disaster.

An interim site move is planned and scheduled in advance to minimize disruption of business processes.

Equal care must be given to transferring critical functions from the interim site back to the normal business site.

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