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The Joint Information System is:
Joint information system means a system that merges incident information and public affairs into a united organization intended to provide consistent, coordinated, and timely information during a crisis or incident operations.
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Joint information system means a system that merges incident information and public affairs into a united organization intended to provide consistent, coordinated, and timely information during a crisis or incident operations.
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