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Acceptance of the Membership Code of ethics is required for membership in the BCPA:

As a professional association, BCPA aspires to, abides by, and promotes the highest standards of ethical and professional conduct. Abiding by the Code of Ethics is a requisite for initial and continuing membership in the association and shall govern the conduct of all members or member representatives.

All members, member representatives, or guests, in conjunction with any or all BCPA activities, shall:

  • Conduct themselves and their activities according to the highest of ethical principles and in a professional, business-like manner.
  • Promote good contingency, disaster, business recovery, and other crisis planning and management practices and principles.
  • Abide by BCPA articles, bylaws, and policies, as well as BCPA activity registration requirements.
  • Respect the purpose and goals of the BCPA, ensuring the BCPA name is used only in the conduct of BCPA business and never for personal advancement or gain.
  • Refrain from any activities that might constitute a conflict of interest at BCPA functions or events, including engaging in sales activities or solicitation, engaging in personnel recruiting, posting displays, distributing materials without prior Board approval, or conducting any other activity contrary to the purpose and policies of BCPA.
  • Maintain the security and confidentiality of all proprietary BCPA documents and information, restricting their use to those purposes prescribed or intended by the policies and procedures of BCPA or its Board of Directors, including special restrictions on BCPA membership and mailing lists.
  • Preserve and respect the confidentiality of sensitive or proprietary information disclosed by others during BCPA meetings, workshops, seminars, or in networking activities--as if it were your own.
  • Ensure that any guests brought to BCPA functions are aware of the Code of Ethics and agree to abide by these BCPA standards.


Membership Dues:

Application for membership in the BCPA must be accompanied by your remittance of a check or online payment in the amount of $95.00 for regular membership, $60.00 for retirees and $0 for a student membership.


To pay online

Check the box below acknowledging that you accept the Code of Ethics, terms and policies of the BCPA.

Pay by check

Make your check payable to: Business Continuity Planners Association and by checking the Accept Terms box below. Remit to:

Business Continuity Planners Association

P.O. Box 390394
Edina, Minnesota 55439-0394

Then click the Submit Application button.

Refund Policy:

The annual dues for each member of BCPA, the time for paying such dues and other assessments, if any, shall be determined from time to time by the Board of Directors. Once paid, dues are non-refundable.  No member may transfer a personal membership or any right arising from it for value.  All memberships are considered personal and will remain with the member if they move to another organization different from that of when they last signed up or renewed.

Privacy Policy:

The BCPA does not share personal information (name, company, email address) with vendors or anyone outside of the BCPA.

Contact Us:

As always, feel free to contact us if you have any questions or comments and we will get back with you as soon as possible. The business contact number for the BCPA President is: 651-998-9609.

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