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Discuss the following:
(1) Purpose and scope of NIMS;
(2) NIMS three major components and explain which you feel is most important to interagency
(3) NIMS three guiding principles and explain which you feel is most important to interagency
(4) Purpose and scope of NRF;
(5) NRF guiding principles and explain which you feel is most important to interagency
(6) List three Federal Government roles you feel is most important to interagency EM;
(7) Discuss obstacles that might inhibit interagency cooperation at the Federal level, and what
are the consequences of the lack of interagency cooperation on emergency management.
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