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The three NIMS guiding principles are: A. Resources, organization, standardization. B. Flexibility, standardization, unity of effort. C. Planning, response, recovery. D. Unity of effort, preparedness, resource management.
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User: The three NIMS guiding principles are: A. Resources, organization, standardization. B. Flexibility, standardization, unity of effort. C. Planning, response, recovery. D. Unity of effort, preparedness, resource management.

Weegy: The three NIMS guiding principles are: Flexibility, standardization, unity of effort
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User: Which major NIMS Component describes recommended organizational structures for incident management at the operational and incident support levels? A. Communications and Information Management B. Resource Management C. Command and Coordination

Weegy: Command and Coordination recommended organizational structures for incident management at the operational and incident support levels.
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User: NIMS Components are adaptable to planned events such as sporting events. A. TRUE B. FALSE

Weegy: NIMS Components are adaptable to planned events such as sporting events. TRUE.
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User: Which resource management task establishes and maintains the readiness of resources and ensures providers are paid in a timely manner? A. Mobilize B. Reimburse and Restock C. Order and Acquire D. Track and Report

Weegy: Reimburse and Restock establishes and maintains the readiness of resources and ensures providers are paid in a timely manner.
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