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Secondary sources of information include all of the following except: A. Newspapers B. Government publications C. Surveys D. Web sites
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Surveys is not a Secondary sources of information.
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The dedicated space located at the top of a document is known as the: A. Header B. Body text C. Level head D. Footer
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The dedicated space located at the top of a document is known as the header, answer is letter A.


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The ESF #1 Evacuation Liaison Team (ELT) serves as an information clearinghouse and communication link between Federal and State emergency management, highway patrol, and transportation officials. A. True B. False
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Evacuation Liaison Team (ELT) serves as an information clearinghouse and communication link between Federal and State emergency management, highway patrol, and transportation officials. The statement is TRUE.


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The Evacuation Liaison Team (ELT) is made up of emergency management and transportation specialists that facilitate the coordination and sharing of information between state jurisdictions during multi-state hurricane evacuations.

The U.S. Department of Transportation is the lead agency with support from FEMA. The ELT plays an important role by:

- Serving as an information clearinghouse and communication link between Federal and state emergency management, highway patrol and transportation officials.

- Being primarily activated for storm events threatening the Gulf of Mexico and southeastern United States.

-Gathering and analyzing vital information, such as the status of evacuation routes; traffic patterns; problem areas; shelter, and gas availability; and emergency messages and instructions.
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A public-private partnership is best defined as: A. A relationship in which the public sector can dictate the private sector's actions during an emergency B. A relationship in which the private sector has a representative in the state, local or regional Emergency Operations Center (EOC) C. A relationship in which the public and private sector train together D. A collaborative relationship built on the needs and capabilities of the public and private sectors, and the two-way communication ...
Weegy: b. A collaborative relationship built on the needs and capabilities of the public and private sectors, and the two-way communication betwee b. [ A collaborative relationship built on the needs and capabilities of the public and private sectors, and the two-way communication between those sectorsn those sectors ] (More)
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A public-private partnership is best defined as: D. A collaborative relationship built on the needs and capabilities of the public and private sectors, and the two-way communication between those sectors
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