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Which ICS function records time accounting and procures needed items
Weegy: Finance/Administration User: Interoperability means Weegy: Interoperability has different meanings for different contexts. A common context is within a particular computer system, such as a personal computer, or over a network connection (net-centric interoperability). [ Other contexts might involve physical connections such as mounting connections for cameras and strobe lights, standard tow hitch receivers and balls, or business processes such as real estate listings, stock exchanges, or even recognition of driver's licences, marriage/birth certificates, or passports from other jurisdictions. A taxonomy of different contexts for interoperability would be a useful starting point, but this is likely to take years to develop consensus on. For computer systems and network contexts, interoperability is the ability for separate entities (e.g., devices, software programs, agents/users, institutions) to function usefully with each other inside that context for some set of purposes. While this might be viewed a binary condition in some circumstances, there is usually some aspect of degree associated with the concept of interoperability. So a particular device or program might be interoperable with others on a given computer, but only in specific ways and for specific functions/features. And the scope of the context in which they are interoperable may be constrained in various ways. For example, said program and devices might only work with specific operating systems or versions of the operating systems, or with only specific network protocols or versions of those protocols. And the purposes that the using agents or institutions have in mind will determine whether a given set of entities are "interoperable enough" to accomplish those purposes. While people often use the term interoperability or interoperable without specifying a purpose or context, they always have an implicit set of purposes and contexts in mind, whether conscious of these or not. It helps to be ... (More)
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If the Incident Commander designates personnel to provide public information, safety, and liaison services, the personnel are collectively referred to as the
Weegy: Command staff User: The Operations Section Chief Weegy: The Operations Section Chief has the responsibility for managing all operations directly applicable to the primary mission, [ and for the activation and supervision of organizational elements in accordance with the Incident Action Plan (IAP). The Operations Section Chief, a member of the General Staff, is responsible for the management of all operations directly applicable to the primary mission. The Operations Section Chief activates and supervises organization elements in accordance with the Incident Action Plan and directs its execution. The Operations Section Chief reports directly to the Incident Commander. The incident Operations Section Chief is responsible for the direct management of all incident tactical activities. The Operations Section Chief assists in the formulation of the Incident Action Plan. It may be desirable for the Operations Section Chief to have a Deputy. Deputies from other agencies are encouraged in multi-jurisdictional situations. Deputies should be equally as qualified as the Operations Section Chief. The Deputy?s responsibilities will be as delegated by the Operations Section Chief and the Deputy must serve in the same operational period as that Operations Section Chief. An Operations Section Chief should be designated for each operational period, and the Operations Section Chief should have direct involvement in the preparations of the Incident Action Plan for the period of responsibility. The Operations Section Chief, a member of the general staff, is responsible for the management of all operations directly applicable to the primary mission. The Operations Section Chief: activates and supervises operations; organizational elements; and staging areas in accordance with the Incident Action Plan; assists in the formulation of the Incident Action Plan; and directs its execution. ] User: The ability to communicate within ICS is absolutely critical. To ensure ... (More)
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The major activities of the Planning Section include
Weegy: The major activities of the Planning Section may include: Collecting, evaluating, and displaying incident intelligence and information, preparing and documenting Incident Action Plans, [ conducting long-range and/or contingency planning developing plans for demobilization, maintaining incident documentation, and tracking resources assigned to the incident. ] User: Which Section Chief is responsible for ensuring that assigned incident personnel are fed and have communications, medical support, and transportation as needed to meet the operational objectives Weegy: The answer is Logistics Section Chief. User: A Deputy is the support position for all of the following positions, EXCEPT Weegy: A Deputy is the support position for all of the following positions, EXCEPT Public Information Officer. (More)
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