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20. When implemented properly, Unified Command: A. Involves the development of multiple Incident Action Plans under the direction of each Incident Commander. B. Requires the establishment of separate Operations Sections comprised of responders from each jurisdiction or agency. C. Is managed away from the incident scene at an Emergency Operations Center or other facility. D. Enables agencies with different legal, geographic, and functional responsibilities to coordinate, plan, and interact effectively.
When implemented properly, Unified Command enables agencies with different legal, geographic, and functional responsibilities to coordinate, plan, and interact effectively.
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When implemented properly, Unified Command enables agencies with different legal, geographic, and functional responsibilities to coordinate, plan, and interact effectively.

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16. You are working at establishing a computer network and communications support for incident personnel. Where are you working? A. Planning Section B. Operations Section C. Finance/Administration Section D. Logistics Section
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You are working at establishing a computer network and communications support for incident personnel. You are working in the Logistics Section.
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21. Which Section Chief is responsible for recording personnel time, maintaining vendor contracts, administering compensation and claims, and conducting an overall cost analysis for the incident? A. Planning Section Chief B. Operations Section Chief C. Finance/Administration Section Chief D. Logistics Section Chief
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The Finance/Administration Section Chief is responsible for recording personnel time, maintaining vendor contracts, administering compensation and claims, and conducting an overall cost analysis for the incident.
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