can anybody please help with the nims 701 703 704

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can anybody please help with the nims 701 703 704

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  1. Big Daddy

    i got the answers but what questions do they go too on the 702 703 please

  2. Big Daddy

    i need help with 702 703 and 706

  3. austinmooney65

    IS-701.a : 1)B 2)A 3)C 4)B 5)D 6)B 7)B 8)A 9)A 10)B 11)A 12)A 13)B 14)D 15)B

    IS-704 : 1)A 2)B 3)A 4)A 5)C 6)D 7)B 8)D 9)C 10)B 11)D 12)C 13)D 14)D 15)B

  4. chad

    Anyone have updated info on the answers for 702 703?

  5. chad

     Anyone have 701 702 703 704 as of now? 12/25/2012

  6. mahmud

     i have all of them mail me    ( mahmudraja @ gmail . com ) (no space)

  7. Guest7503
    IS 701A test and answers may not all be right but enought to get a passing grade. Answers at the bottom

    Page 1 of 5
    Question 1 of 15 : Multiagency coordination is:
    a. A process that allows all levels of government and all disciplines to work together more efficiently and effectively.
    b. A requirement that must be satisfied for a jurisdiction to receive disaster assistance under the Robert T. Stafford Act.
    c. A 24-hour, 7-day-per-week facility where responders meet to plan and execute emergency communications and operations.
    d. A system that is used exclusively on incidents that require coordination at the Federal level under the National Response Framework.
    Question 2 of 15 : True or False: A Multiagency Coordination (MAC) System provides support, coordination, and assistance with policy-level decisions to the Incident Command System structure managing an incident.
    a. True
    b. False
    Question 3 of 15 : Primary MAC System functions include: (Select the missing element.)
    Situation Assessment
    Critical Resource Acquisition and Allocation
    Interagency Activities
    a. Incident Priority Determination
    b. Tactical Incident Action Planning
    c. Command of Incident Operations
    d. Demobilization of On-Scene Resources
    Question 4 of 15 : A MAC Group:
    a. Is comprised of senior elected officials, administrators/executives, or their designees, who are authorized to represent or commit agency resources and funds.
    b. Is an advanced tactical team that is deployed at the onset of an incident to secure the incident scene and begin operations.
    c. Is a highly trained logistical team to provide facilities, services, and material support for the incident.
    d. Is responsible for the collection, evaluation, and dissemination of operational information related to the incident.
    Question 5 of 15 : What is the name of the physical location at which the coordination of information and resources to support incident management (on-scene operations) activities normally takes place?
    a. Emergency Operations Center
    b. Incident Command Post
    c. Emergency Staging Area
    d. Incident Operations Base

    Question 6 of 15 : What is the name of the organization used to direct the management of multiple incidents handled individually by separate Incident Command System organizations?
    a. Area Command
    b. MAC Group
    c. Unified Command
    d. Advisory Group
    Question 7 of 15 : Who has direct tactical and operational responsibility for conducting incident management?
    a. Incident Commander
    b. Emergency Operations Center Manager
    c. Emergency Manager
    d. MAC System Commander
    Question 8 of 15 : True or False: Any time multiagency coordination is required, all EOC personnel report for duty.
    a. True
    b. False
    Question 9 of 15 : MAC System preparedness depends on the following factors: (Select the missing element.)
    Communications and Information Systems
    Public Information
    a. Response resources
    b. Non-personnel resources
    c. Dispatch systems
    d. Management systems
    Question 10 of 15 : When should agreements be developed?
    a. As they are needed.
    b. Before an incident occurs.
    c. After an incident occurs.
    d. When conflict over resources arises.
    Question 11 of 15 : Which process involves an objective evaluation and documentation of an individual's license/degree, experience, and proficiency?
    a. Resource typing
    b. Badging
    c. Certification
    d. Credentialing
    Question 12 of 15 : For the system to work effectively, all MAC System elements must be activated at the same time.
    a. True
    b. False
    Question 13 of 15 : Following every incident in which MAC System elements are involved, every jurisdiction should:
    a. Review media reports from the incident.
    b. Convene a meeting with members of the public.
    c. Conduct an after-action review.
    d. Make incident documentation available to the public.
    Question 14 of 15 : Which of the following is ideal for obtaining consensus on how a MAC System can be integrated into emergency operations policies, plans, and procedures?
    a. Seminar
    b. Functional exercise
    c. Hands-on training
    d. Workshop
    Question 15 of 15 : True or False: When multiple layers of a MAC System are involved, they all deactivate at the same time.
    a. True
    b. False

    1A, 2A
    3A, 4A
    5A, 6B
    7A, 8B
    9B, 10B
    11D, 12A
    13C, 14D
  8. Guest7893
    IS 704 TEST AND ANSWERS not all maybe right but enough to get you a passing grade. Again the answers at the bottom like in 701. Sorry still dont have the answers to 703 still working on it if anyone has it pass them along. Thanks

    Question 1 of 15 : An overview of an incident created by collating and gathering information from agencies/organizations in order to support decisionmaking” describes:
    a. Mutual aid agreement.
    b. Strategic vision and direction.
    c. Common operating picture.
    d. Situation reporting system.
    Question 2 of 15 : Benefits of establishing and maintaining a common operating picture include the following, EXCEPT FOR:
    a. Providing the basis for situation awareness, informed predictions, and proactive response.
    b. Allowing effective, consistent, and timely tactical and strategic decisions.
    c. Supporting a coordinated response among all response participants.
    d. Eliminating the need for interagency and interjurisdictional coordination.
    Question 3 of 15 : An effective communications and information management system requires:
    a. Separate agency mechanisms for disseminating public information.
    b. Removal of information security protocols that could slow the flow of incident data.
    c. Selection of equipment to avoid the creation of redundant systems.
    d. An organized system for gathering and processing incident information.
    Question 4 of 15 : One way to help ensure continuous improvement in communications and information management is to conduct an after-action review. Which of the following is a TRUE statement about the after-action review?
    a. The after-action review should focus primarily on who was at fault for any problems that arose in communications and information management.
    b. The after-action review should examine what was planned, what actually happened, why it happened, and what can be done better next time.
    c. To ensure objectivity, participation in the after-action review should be confined to outside evaluators who were not involved in the incident response.
    d. During the after-action review, communications and information management successes are NOT an appropriate topic of discussion.
    Question 5 of 15 : Common terminology is an important element of effective incident communications. Common terminology:
    a. Uses plain language to ensure that individuals from different disciplines and jurisdictions can understand each other.
    b. Relies on radio codes and agency-specific phrases to increase radio efficiency.
    c. Refers to the consistent use of acronyms when completing standardized incident report forms.
    d. Means that specialists use technical terminology that is common within their disciplines to communicate within the incident command structure.
    Question 6 of 15 : One effective way to verify information is to:
    a. Disseminate the information and wait for feedback.
    b. Wait until something happens that proves the report was true.
    c. Cross check against reports received from other sources.
    d. Ask the information provider to guarantee accuracy.
    Question 7 of 15 : At the incident scene, who is responsible for interacting with the media, issuing information and warnings to the local citizenry, and monitoring and responding to rumors?
    a. Emergency Manager
    b. Planning Section Chief
    c. Public Information Officer
    d. Liaison Officer
    Question 8 of 15 : During a major incident or event, which entity serves as the central point for collecting, analyzing, and interpreting incident information and for moving information between the incident scene and various coordination entities?
    a. Information and Planning Center
    b. Command and Control Center
    c. Dispatch Center
    d. Emergency Operations Center
    Question 9 of 15 : The purpose of communications system redundancy is to:
    a. Collect the same information from multiple sources so that facts can be verified.
    b. Use repetition in training to familiarize responders with communications equipment prior to an incident.
    c. Ensure that communications can be maintained if primary systems fail.
    d. Maintain the security of sensitive information.
    Question 10 of 15 : Information reporting:
    a. To the Federal Government is mandated as part of the National Incident Management System and National Response Framework.
    b. Helps keep the common operating picture current and accurate so that appropriate actions can be taken.
    c. Should occur once per operational period and be the sole responsibility of the Command and General staff at incident scene.
    d. Is primarily designed to validate that the raw data being collected from various sources are accurate and timely.
    Question 11 of 15 : The process of blending and reconciling data received from multiple sources and looking for patterns and trends is referred to as:
    a. Reporting and dissemination
    b. Monitoring and gathering
    c. Verification and corroboration
    d. Synthesis and analysis
    Question 12 of 15 : One benefit of using standard forms for reporting incident data is that it saves time for the person(s) reporting the information and those who use the information. Another benefit is that it:
    a. Makes it easier to compare data from different operational periods and to recognize trends.
    b. Complies with Federal mandates prescribing the use of specific standardized forms.
    c. Eliminates the need for repeatedly updating the information once it has been recorded.
    d. Reduces the need for briefings and coordination meetings for discipline leaders.
    Question 13 of 15 : An example of resiliency is:
    a. A radio system designed to accommodate increasing numbers of users as the jurisdiction grows.
    b. Standardized assignment of radio channels across jurisdictions to allow responders to participate in an incident outside their jurisdiction and still use familiar equipment.
    c. Provision of diverse, alternative communication methods to preserve the ability to communicate when standard capabilities suffer damage.
    d. Transmission towers equipped with independent power systems to ensure their continued functionality during a power failure.
    Question 14 of 15 : To maintain communications systems readiness it is important to:
    a. Avoid equipment updates to minimize the need for added training.
    b. Maintain and test systems and equipment on a regular basis.
    c. Purchase a new system at least every two years to stay up with the latest technology.
    d. Allow responders to use interoperable equipment only when mandated by Federal authorities.
    Question 15 of 15 : Select the TRUE statement:
    a. Communications should be omitted from the after-action review process because it cannot be effectively evaluated.
    b. Jurisdictions should have agreements in place with all response partners that specify the systems and platforms they will use to communicate and share information.
    c. The best time to time to learn to operate new communications equipment or follow new procedures is during an actual response to a major incident.
    d. Within the Emergency Operations Center, face-to-face communication should be avoided because it is difficult to document.

  9. Guest8004
    any luck on 702  and 703
  10. Guest6184
    NIMS 703
    1 b
    2 b
    3 b
    4 c
    5 a
    6 b
    7 b
    8 a
    9 c
    10 a
    11 a
    12 b
    13 d
    14 a
    15 b
    16 a
    17 d
    18 b
    19 c
    20 b
    21 b
    22 a
    23 d
    24 a
    25 b
  11. Guest2653
    NIMS 702
    1 a
    2 b
    3 d
    4 a
    5 b
    6 a
    7 c
    8 d
    9 a
    10 b
    11 d
    12 c
    13 c
    14 b
    15 a
    16 d
    17 b
    18 d
    19 c
    20 a
    21 a
    22 b
    23 c
    24 b
    25 c
  12. Guest3462
    can anybody please help with the nims 701a
  13. Guest6003
    These answers work from Guest18179656
  14. Guest2673
    703 is correct
  15. Guest9543
    Does anybody know the answers to IS-704 NIMS Communications and Information Management
  16. Guest8200
    i just passed 704. it is     c,d,d,b,a,d,c,a,c,b,d,a,d,b,b
  17. Guest1509
    Just passed 701a using his answers~~~>Guest18179656

    Thanks for taking your time to put them on here
  18. Guest8600
    passed 10/26/2010
    1-4  5-8  9-12 13-16 17-20 22-25
  19. Guest992
    passed 10/26/2010---- 703a
    1-4  5-8  9-12 13-16 17-20 22-25
  20. Guest9342

    AMAZING! Thank you so much!! 11/14/2010

  21. Guest9310

    These worked-23 NOV 10

    NIMS 702 1 a 2 b 3 d 4 a 5 b 6 a 7 c 8 d 9 a 10 b 11 d 12 c 13 c 14 b 15 a 16 d 17 b 18 d 19 c 20 a 21 a 22 b 23 c 24 b 25 c



  22. Guest969

    702 worked as of 11/25/10

  23. Guest9388

    worked as of 11/25/10

    703: bbbc aaba caab daba dbcb badab


  24. Guest4955

    worked as of 11/25/10

    701a: aaaa abab bbda cdb 

  25. Guest4447

    worked as of 11/25/10

    704: cddb adca cbda dbb


  26. Guest6382

    all answers worked as of 12/5/10

  27. Guest3956

    passed test as of 121010

  28. Guest1158

    All answers worked great as of 12-19-10 - THANK YOU

  29. Guest793

    all answers work as of 1-28-11

  30. Guest6341

    Completed and passed 703 on 02/02/2011 with the following answers:



  31. Guest6277

    Awesome, all answers still work on Feb. 5, 2011.  I have 200.b answers, look for them under that heading. Looking for 700 answers now.

  32. Guest5757

    All confirmed working as of 2/9/11.





















  33. Guest4731

    need help with nims 10.a

  34. Guest8276

    still works as of 3/14/2011

  35. Guest4924

    All work as of 3-28-11


  36. Guest1867

    IS 701 worked on 3/30/2011. Thanks

  37. Guest7102

    Still good as of 5-25-2011

  38. Guest4104

    701 works as of 6/27/11

  39. Guest1234

    works as of 7-2-11

  40. Guest9613

    701 still good as of 7-24-11

  41. Guest6183

     CAN ANY BODY HELP WITH 100.FDA-100.Hcb-100.HE-100.FWa-100.LEb-100.PWb and 100.SCa-----thank u--thank uuuuuuuuu.

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