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‘Access to sensitive or restricted information is controlled’ describes which of the key communications and information systems principles?
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User: ‘Access to sensitive or restricted information is controlled’ describes which of the key communications and information systems principles?

Weegy: Access to sensitive or restricted information is controlled describe SECURITY key communication and information system principle.
Expert answered|Score 1|emdjay23|Points 153741|

User: Which NIMS Management Characteristic helps to eliminate confusion caused by conflicting instructions?

Weegy: The National Incident Management System (NIMS) is a standardized approach to incident management developed by the Department of Homeland Security.
Expert answered|Score .625|summerloor|Points 91|

User: The ______________________ are incident management personnel that the Incident Commander or Unified Command assign to directly support the command function

Weegy: The Command Staff are incident management personnel that the Incident Commander or Unified Command assign to directly support the command function.
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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: Which EOC configuration allows personnel to function in the EOC with minimal preparation or startup time?

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The Departmental Structure allows personnel to function in the EOC with minimal preparation or startup time.

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