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The Bureau of Indian Affairs can support tribal participation in the Public Assistance program by: a. Providing BIA Superintendents to serve on Preliminary Damage Assessment teams. b. Providing information about tribal culture that will exempt tribes from PDA inspections. c. Identifying BIA roads, schools, hospitals, and other public facilities. d. Identifying tribes that are not interested in participating in any Federal programs
Weegy: b. Providing information about tribal culture that will exempt tribes from PDA inspections. User: If a tribe is a subgrantee with the State for Hazard Mitigation Grant Program funding after a declared disaster, partnership with the State is important to ensure that: a. FEMA will guarantee funding of all important tribal projects. b. Potential tribal projects are identified and included for eligibility review. c. The State will provide National Flood Insurance Program coverage to the tribe. d. The tribe is exempt from all cost-share requirements of mitigation grants. Weegy: c. The State will provide National Flood Insurance Program coverage to the tribe. User: One reason tribal governments show increasing interest in joining the NFIP is because: a. Tribal people traditionally like to plan for potential damage due to natural disasters. b. Participating in the NFIP eliminates the cost-share requirement in HMGP funding. c. Tribes want to discourage potential developers seeking to construct uninsured projects on reservations. d. Tribes gain control over State and Federal construction projects that would alter water flows. Weegy: a. Tribal people traditionally like to plan for potential damage due to natural disasters. User: Which of the following could pose a challenge in building partnerships with tribes? a. Most tribes have no organized form of government b. Tribes have no interest in Federal resources c. Tribal boundaries often are not clearly defined d. Tribes may mistrust Federal Government representatives Weegy: d. Tribes may mistrust Federal Government representatives User: One policy originating in this period sought to break up tribes by removing children from their families and enrolling them in Government-run boarding schools far from home. a. Removal & Relocation Period b. Termination & Relocation Period c. Allotment & Attempted Assimilation Period d. Self-Determination Period Weegy: c. Allotment & Attempted Assimilation ... (More)
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During the Self-Determination Period, Federal agencies have: a. Negotiated treaties with tribal governments to facilitate partnership relationships and provide access to programs. b. Acknowledged their support for government-to-government relationships with tribes through policy statements. c. Determined that tribal governments are responsible for initiating access to and participation in national programs. d. Established individual tribal governmental bodies to administer Federal programs ...
Weegy: a. Negotiated treaties with tribal governments to facilitate partnership relationships and provide access to programs. User: Select the item below that is a commonly held core value among tribal people. a. Assimilating into modern U.S. culture is an important objective in raising children. b. Family plays a central role in tribal culture, and elders are treated with respect. c. Practicing native religion and preserving native languages are assigned low priority. d. Information is best presented in a clear, concise, factual, and objective manner. Weegy: b. Family plays a central role in tribal culture, and elders are treated with respect. User: When working with tribal people, keep in mind that: a. Information is often shared in a rapid-fire manner, so listen carefully. b. Providing information you may already know, and in great detail, is considered courteous. c. Telling another person what to do is considered to be proper and desirable. d. Elders are often uncomfortable speaking to non-natives, and sometimes won’t. Weegy: d. Elders are often uncomfortable speaking to non-natives, and sometimes won?t. User: Most tribal people prefer to be referred to by: a. Their specific tribal name (e.g., Shoshone). b. The term “Native American” c. The term “Indian” d. The term “Indigenous Person” Weegy: a. Their specific tribal name (e.g., Shoshone). they prefer to be called by the names they call themselves in their own languages. User: Which of the following statements is typical of predisaster conditions among many tribal governments? User: Which of the following statements is typical of predisaster conditions among many tribal governments? a. Tribal governments typically participate in the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). b. Tribal governments have the expertise needed to develop emergency management plans internally. c. Many tribal governments currently lack emergency management resources and training. d. Most tribal governments set a ... (More)
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A legal agreement among two or more local jurisdictions that plan to assist each other in cases of emergencies is which of the following? a) Mutual aid agreement b) Local law c) Local ordinance d) Memorandum of understanding User: Which of the following government agencies may send veterinary medical assistance teams (VMATs) in the event of an emergency? a) Department of Defense b) Department of Health and Human Services c) Department of Agriculture d) Federal Emergency Management Agency
Weegy: b) Department of Health and Human Services User: Adding a distinctive smell to odorless liquid propane gas is an example of what type of mitigation activity? a) Reducing or limiting the amount of hazard b) Modifying the basic qualities of a hazard c) Modifying the rate or spatial distribution of the release of the hazard d) Disseminating information Weegy: b. Modifying the basic qualities of a hazard User: When confronted by a dog that seems as though it is going to attack you, which of the following actions will most likely reduce the risk of being bitten? a) Running away b) Yelling for help c) Lying down and playing dead d) Putting something between yourself and the dog Weegy: d) Putting something between yourself and the dog (More)
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