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The National Response Framework (NRF) presents the guiding principles that:
Weegy: Provide the structure and mechanisms to ensure effective Federal support of State, tribal, and local related activities. User: Mutual aid agreements and assistance agreements provide: Weegy: Mutual aid agreements and assistance agreements provide : Mechanisms to quickly obtain emergency assistance in the form of personnel, equipment, materials, and other associated services. User: HSPD-5 required the Secretary of Homeland Security to establish a mechanism for ensuring the ongoing management and maintenance of NIMS. The Secretary established the National Integration Center (NIC) to perform all of the following functions EXCEPT: Weegy: a. [ Inventorying and tracking all national resources and assets available for deployment in incidents managed using NIMS. ] (More)
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Weegy: In the Incident Command System, a Unified Command is an authority structure in which the role of incident commander is shared by two or more individuals, each already having authority in a different responding agency. [ Unified command is one way to carry out command in which responding agencies and/or jurisdictions with responsibility for the incident share incident management. A Unified Command may be needed for incidents involving multiple jurisdictions or agencies. If a Unified Command is needed, Incident Commanders representing agencies or jurisdictions that share responsibility for the incident manage the response from a single Incident Command Post. A Unified Command allows agencies with different legal, geographic, and functional authorities and responsibilities to work together effectively without affecting individual agency authority, responsibility, or accountability. Under a Unified Command, a single, coordinated Incident Action Plan will direct all activities. The Incident Commanders will supervise a single Command and General Staff organization and speak with one voice. ] (More)
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Unified Command is an authority structure in which the role of incident commander is shared by two or more individuals, each already having authority in a different responding agency.
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