An incident commander’s scope of authority is derived from existing laws, agency policies, and/or:

Possible Answers:

  1. IMT Position Description
  2. Delegation of Authority
  3. Incident Action Plan
  4. Outgoing Incident Commander

The Correct Answer:

B. An Incident Commander’s scope of authority is derived from existing laws, agency policies, procedures, and/or through a delegation of authority.

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