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The decision by the PIO supporting Incident Command to activate the JIS is based on:
The decision by the PIO supporting Incident Command to activate the JIS is based on the complexity of the incident and the need to ensure coordination and integration of messages.
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The decision by the PIO supporting Incident Command to activate the JIS is based on the complexity of the incident and the need to ensure coordination and integration of messages.
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