The Energy Government Agency has government duties in research, development, and utilization of nuclear science and technology. Government Energy Agency has implemented Information Technology (IT) to support business continuity. The application of IT in Government Energy Agencies and providing benefits also poses various threats and risks that can disrupt the organization's ICT services continuity. The purpose of this research is to identify, analyze the impact, and assess the impact of the business process so that the appropriate contingency strategy can be determined for the Government Energy Agency’s IT. The application of IT in Government Energy Agencies is certainly used to support business process operations. Therefore, the information system/application owned by the organization must not be damaged or disrupted beyond the specified time tolerance (RTO). With DRP, if a disturbance occurs, the information system/application can be mitigated. In this study, the DRP document preparation used the standard guidelines of NIST SP 800-34 Rev. 1, which determines disaster recovery procedures in the organization. This research is the DRP design in a contingency strategy in the Government Energy Agency case study. It is expected to be a guide in developing a disaster recovery center. The results of this study are three applications that require disaster recovery procedures at mirrored alternative locations.