An Incident Commanders scope of authority is derived from existing laws agency

An incident commanders scope of authority is derived

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11. An Incident Commander's scope of authority is derived from existing laws, agency policies, 12. Which major NIMS Component describes systems and methods that help to ensure that inciddecision makers have the means and information they need to make and communicate decision A. Type 4B. Type 1C. Type 5D. Type 2 A. Pre-incident Operations PlanB. Complexity AnalysisC. Logistical AnalysisD. Incident Action Planning
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13. To ensure a smooth transfer, the outgoing Incident Commander should provide a _________Commander.
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  • Spring '17
  • Management, Incident Command System, National Incident Management System, Commander

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