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Integrated emergency management increase capability by: a. Establishing partnerships and good working relationships among all organizations involved in emergencies. b. Reducing interagency collaboration. c. Focusing on a single agency's issues. d. Conducting discipline specific training and exercises.
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User: Integrated emergency management increase capability by: a. Establishing partnerships and good working relationships among all organizations involved in emergencies. b. Reducing interagency collaboration. c. Focusing on a single agency's issues. d. Conducting discipline specific training and exercises.

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User: Congress passed the Post-Katrina Emergency Reform Act to: a. Revise NIMS. b. Improve disaster assistance. c. Reduce Federal disaster assistance. d. Mandate training for first responders.

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Congress passed the Post-Katrina Emergency Reform Act to: Mandate training for first responders.
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