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Question 8 of 30 : The purpose of a Multiyear Exercise Schedule is to: a. Synchronize exercise planning efforts between agencies. b. Test new policies or plans. c. Track improvements. d.
Assess current capabilities.
a. Synchronize exercise planning efforts between agencies. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The Multiyear Exercise Schedule should identify all exercises planned by a state/region/jurisdiction within a long term timeframe. [ Planners should use this to deconflict and synchronize their exercise efforts in terms of resources and objectives - combining exercises, where appropriate and
more efficient. ]
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User: Question 6 of 30 : Exercise Program management includes: a. Multiyear exercise program planning. b. Budgeting and grant writing. c. Planning and executing individual exercises. d. All of the above.

User: Question 7 of 30 : An Exercise Program’s long term strategy and methodology is outlined in the: a. Multiyear Exercise Plan. b. Exercise Plan. c. Mid-term Planning Conference. d. C/E Handbook.

User: Question 8 of 30 : The purpose of a Multiyear Exercise Schedule is to: a. Synchronize exercise planning efforts between agencies. b. Test new policies or plans. c. Track improvements. d. Assess current capabilities.

Weegy: a. Synchronize exercise planning efforts between agencies. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The Multiyear Exercise Schedule should identify all exercises planned by a state/region/jurisdiction within a long term timeframe. [ Planners should use this to deconflict and synchronize their exercise efforts in terms of resources and objectives - combining exercises, where appropriate and more efficient. ]
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