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Establishing mutual aid agreements to obtain resources from neighboring jurisdictions is an example of which resource management activity ?
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User: Establishing mutual aid agreements to obtain resources from neighboring jurisdictions is an example of which resource management activity ?

Weegy: Establishing mutual aid agreements to obtain resources from neighboring jurisdictions is an example of Planning for Resources.
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User: 24. The MAC Group does not replace the primary functions of EOCs or other dispatch organizations.

Weegy: The MAC Group does not replace the primary functions of EOCs or other dispatch organizations.TRUE.
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User: 25. The need for ______________ can complicate information sharing among emergency personnel.

Weegy: The need for Advanced Equipment can complicate information sharing among emergency personnel.
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User: 26. Which resource management task establishes and maintains the readiness of resources and ensures providers are paid in a timely manner?

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Reimburse and Restock establishes and maintains the readiness of resources and ensures providers are paid in a timely manner.
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9. The ‘capacity for emergency management and response personnel to interact and work well together’ describes which of the key communications and information systems principles?
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The 'capacity for emergency management and response personnel to interact and work well together' describes interoperability.
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9. The ‘capacity for emergency management and response personnel to interact and work well together’ describes which of the key communications and information systems principles?
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The capacity for emergency management and response personnel to interact and work well together describes Interoperability of the key communications and information systems principles.
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10. Which communications management practice includes specifying all of the communications systems and platforms that parties will use to share information?
Weegy: Agreements includes specifying all of the communications systems and platforms that parties will use to share information. User: 9. The ‘capacity for emergency management and response personnel to interact and work well together’ describes which of the key communications and information systems principles? (More)
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The capacity for emergency management and response personnel to interact and work well together describes Interoperability.
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14. Which NIMS Management Characteristic involves using standardized names and definitions for major organizational functions and units? A. Modular Organization B. Common Terminology C. Unified Command D. Comprehensive Resource Management
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Common Terminology involves using standardized names and definitions for major organizational functions and units.
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14. Which NIMS Management Characteristic involves using standardized names and definitions for major organizational functions and units?
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Common Terminology involves using standardized names and definitions for major organizational functions and units.
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