DR/BCP Coordinators are asserting that, if their building gets flattened, the items on this list can be restored to a production state within a time frame that they have assigned.
So it helps your cause immensely if the list makes sense. Not just to insiders, but to outsiders who must form a judgement as to whether or not the bank staff can actually accomplish what is proposed.
Sadly, some of these lists look like encoded spy messages.
|Enigma Cipher Machine - Portable Version|
Are you using this to encode Resource Lists?
3 T System
Presumably, someone in the organization knows what this stuff is. But to an outsider it looks like gibberish.
Some of these lists are so bad that the best you can expect is a frustrated and confused examiner. The worst is they will interpret the list as an attempt at obfuscation.
And there is nothing so dangerous as a regulator who feels obfuscated.