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Q: 2. The information and intelligence function may be organized in one of the following ways: Within the Command Staff As a Unit Within the Planning Section As a Branch Within the Operations
Section ____________________________________ A. At a separate Incident Command Post B. As a separate General Staff Section C. Outside the command structure for security reasons D. Under the Communications Unit within Logistics
A: The information and intelligence function may be organized in one of the following ways: Within the Command Staff As a Unit Within the Planning Section As a Branch Within the Operations Section As B) a separate General Staff [ Section. [ ] ]
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User: 2. The information and intelligence function may be organized in one of the following ways: Within the Command Staff As a Unit Within the Planning Section As a Branch Within the Operations Section ____________________________________ A. At a separate Incident Command Post B. As a separate General Staff Section C. Outside the command structure for security reasons D. Under the Communications Unit within Logistics

Weegy: The information and intelligence function may be organized in one of the following ways: Within the Command Staff As a Unit Within the Planning Section As a Branch Within the Operations Section As B) a separate General Staff [ Section. [ ] ]
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User: 3. Typing resources allows managers to make better resource ordering decisions by: A. Describing the size, capability, and staffing qualifications of a specific resource B. Linking resources needed to execute typical response and recovery activities C. Providing detailed information about the best sources for procuring a needed resource D. Indicating how the resource can be used when deployed at the incident site

Weegy: Typing resources allows managers to make better resource ordering decisions by A. [ Describing the size, capability, and staffing qualifications of a specific resource ]
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21. A delegation of authority: A. May be needed when the incident scope is complex or beyond existing authorities B. Is required even if the Incident Commander is acting within his or her existing authorities C. Specifies the Incident Action Plan to be implemented by the Incident Commander D. Relieves the granting authority of the ultimate responsibility for the incident
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A delegation of authority: May be needed when the incident scope is complex or beyond existing authorities.
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