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Who is the individual responsible for all incident activities, including the development of strategies and tactics and the ordering and release of resources?
The Incident Commander is the individual responsible for all incident activities, including the development of strategies and tactics and the ordering and release of resources.
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User: Who is the individual responsible for all incident activities, including the development of strategies and tactics and the ordering and release of resources?

Weegy: The Incident Commander is the individual responsible for all incident activities, including the development of strategies and tactics and the ordering and release of resources.
Frankie17851|Points 3171|

User: Which entity provides a structure for developing and delivering incident-related coordinated messages by developing, recommending, and executing public information plans and strategies? A. Joint Information Base B. Joint Information Operation C. Joint Information Center D. Joint Information System

Weegy: b. Joint Information System (We hope weegy was able to help you today! Have a great one! :)
plain_whyt|Points 3367|

User: Interoperability: A. Primarily involves creating automated systems that allow for the sharing of sensitive incident information. B. Requires nongovernmental and private-sector organizations to purchase standardized communication equipment. C. Involves oversight by the Federal Communications Commission for assigning emergency frequencies. D. Is the ability of emergency management/response personnel to interact and work well together.

Weegy: b. Is the ability of emergency management/response personnel to interact and work well together.
jher000|Points 8041|

User: A basic premise of the NIMS and National Response Framework (NRF) is that: A. Incidents should be managed at the lowest jurisdictional level possible. B. Effective response relies on the readiness of response partners to self-dispatch to an incident scene. C. Preparedness is inherently a government responsibility and does not require participation from nongovernmental organizations. D. Unity of effort and command results when responding jurisdictions and agencies are willing to relinquish their authorities

Weegy: c. Effective response relies on the readiness of response partners to self-dispatch to an incident scene.
xixu93|Points 125|

User: The act of directing, ordering, or controlling by virtue of explicit statutory, regulatory, or delegated authority at the field level is referred to as: A. Coordination B. Direction C. Leadership D. Command

Weegy: The act of directing, ordering, or controlling by virtue of explicit statutory, regulatory, or delegated authority at the field level is referred to as COMMAND.
debnjerry|Points 46378|

User: Select the TRUE statement about the Incident Action Plan. A. Covers the entire incident from start to finish. B. Establishes the overall incident objectives, strategies, and tactics. C. Presents detailed cost accounting for all incident resources. D. Must be a written document that is distributed to all responders.

Weegy: Establishes the overall incident objectives, strategies, and tactics.
jeifunk|Points 9518|

User: Which of the following statements is FALSE? A. NIMS is based on best practices collected from all levels of responders. B. NIMS is applicable across the full spectrum of potential incidents, regardless of cause, size, location, or complexity. C. NIMS specifies how resources will be allocated among jurisdictions. D. NIMS integrates best practices into a comprehensive, standardized framework

Weegy: NIMS specifies how resources will be allocated among jurisdictions
shifa saleheen|Points 9966|

User: Incident managers begin planning for the demobilization process: A. When incident activities shift from response to recovery. B. As soon as possible to facilitate accountability of the resources. C. After being requested by the Emergency Operations Center. D. Right before the first resources are ready to be released.

Weegy: Incident managers begin planning for the demobilization process: D. As soon as possible to facilitate accountability of the resources.
andrewpallarca|Points 21299|

User: The Public Information Officer: A. Directs the Joint Information Center operation with the Emergency Operations Center. B. Serves as a press secretary for the Agency Executive or Senior Official during the incident. C. Controls messaging and limits the independence of other organizations participating in the incident. D. Interfaces with the public and media and/or with other agencies regarding incident-related information requirements.

Weegy: The Public Information Officer: C. interfaces with the public and media and/or with other agencies regarding incident-related information requirements.
debnjerry|Points 46379|

User: Pretty great! you guys just helped me score an awesome score

Weegy: That's great; I'm glad we were able to help! Do you have any other questions today?
Expert answered|miss186|Points 616|

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15. Which Incident Command System element provides a command structure to enable agencies with different legal, jurisdictional, and functional responsibilities to coordinate, plan, and interact effectively on scene while maintaining their own authority, responsibility, and accountability? A. Area Command B. Unified Command C. Unity of Effort D. Unity of Command
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Unified Command provides a command structure to enable agencies with different legal, jurisdictional, and functional responsibilities to coordinate, plan, and interact effectively on scene while maintaining their own authority, responsibility, and accountability.
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The difference between a Strike Team and a Task Force is that Strike Teams have similar resources while Task Forces are comprised of mixed resources.
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