United States Chapter

The Business Continuity Institute

US Chapter

What are BCI Chapters?

BCI Chapters have been established in countries or regions where there is a large community of BCI members. The Chapters have locally elected officers who represent the BCI in their region. 

Would you like to become a member of the BCI?

Visit the BCI Careers Centre

Just launched – an international jobs board which will pull in continuity and resilience vacancies from around the world. Certified BCI members seeking a new role will have the opportunity to post their CVs/résumés with unique identifying logos so that recruiters can identify them easily as professional practitioners. BCI members seeking to recruit new member of staff will save substantially on the cost of posting advertisements as well as accessing other recruitment tools. >> Go there

With over 1,000 active members from across the USA, the BCI USA Chapter is your regional voice for all things related to the business continuity (BC) profession and discipline.

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Are you certified with another USA-based BC organization?

If you hold a DBCI (BCI Diploma), ABCP, CBCP, or MBCP certification, you can fast-track your BCI membership application via the Alternative Route to BCI Membership (ARM). To find out more, including how to apply, visit the BCI's Membership page.

Latest update

Members of the US Chapter of the Business Continuity Institute (BCI), are able to access an exciting resource to build situational awareness, the Metropolitan Resilience Network (MRN).  Our chapter learned about this program and is excited to work with the MRN to offer you personal credentials to the real-time situational awareness platform, Metro-OPS at no cost.  At the present time, the capability is focused on the NY/NJ/CT Metropolitan area. The current project has been developed as a global prototype with the intent of expanding coverage to further national and international locations - dashboards for 107 global cities have already been preliminarily developed.

As such, the MRN welcomes your participation if you have an interest in the NY/NJ/CT area or wish to comment on the model.  A briefing on the program can be viewed here.